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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1866d ago | review

Orange | Toy Story 3 Review

Games that are part of a licence franchise often rely too heavily on the source material of the movies and TV shows they’re tied too. When a game takes on the basics of the licence but is allowed to remain a game rather than a walkthrough of the movie plot points it can really flourish – and that’s what Disney have done here. Just like Lego Star Wars and the recent Transformers game Toy Story 3 is about playing with toys the way you want to. (PS3, Toy Story 3, Wii, Xbox 360) 8/10

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