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Submitted by GreenRanger 560d ago | review

Toy Story Mania! Review | KINECTaku

kinectaku.com: Players have to hold their imaginary gun in front of themselves, and aim at the targets on screen until the timer runs out. Towards the end of the round, a larger target will appear that rewards repeated hits in a multiplier style. And, barring some horrendously broken mini-games that present themselves in-between stages, that’s all she wrote. Sure, there are different galleries to aim at and some of them contain different features, but the long and the short of it is that 90% of the package consists of taking potshots at metal targets on a still background. (Toy Story Mania!, Xbox 360) 3/10

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