GameDaily writes: "Pixar created some of the best-animated films in the business, including Up, Finding Nemo and Ratatouille. These flicks didn't just gross a ton of cash. They snagged Academy Awards and became instant classics. That makes the long list of terrible Pixar-based video games rather puzzling. We'd like to think that a company so committed to making quality movies would demand the same attention with the games, yet it allowed THQ to butcher several properties with one disappointing release after the other. Toy Story 3, however, has a chance to break the pattern. THQ's out, Disney Interactive Studios and Avalanche Studios are in, and the game features imaginative ideas that, if they come together, could change the way everyone views movie-based games".