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Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Playstation 3)

by Disney
Platform : PlayStation 3
80 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B003DA630K
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.4 x 1.6 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 16 July 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,007 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

The toys are back in town and at last they've got a video game to equal the brilliance of the movies. You can relieve the story from the new film if you want, but there's much more to this game than the usual film tie-in.

The best bit of this game is the exclusive Toy Box mode, where you can play as Woody, Buzz or Jessie in the role of Sheriff in a toyland town. This mode uses all the same characters from the films but gives you complete freedom to play with all of them however you want - from exciting car (or horse and dragon) races to catching ghosts.

One special element of the Toy Box is magic goo that can change the size of any of the characters, which together with all the other collectable objects lets you completely customise the town, and the world of Toy Story, however you want.

 

Key Features

  • Infinity and Beyond: More than just a film tie-in, explore the entire universe of Toy Story with all the familiar characters, locations and freeform sandbox style exploration.
  • Game of the Film: Recreate the events of Toy Story 3 in story mode, complete with all the new characters and adventures.
  • Virtual Sandbox: Jump into the exclusive Toy Box mode and explore a giant virtual toy world filled with interactive environments and fully customisable buildings.
  • Accessories Included: Take part in exciting mini-games like car racing and unlock a range of special items, from a ghost-catching lightning rod to Buzz's ray gun.
  • Toys for Two: Two-player split screen mode lets you play with friends and family in the same game, either co-operating or just doing your own thing.

Manufacturer's Description

The toys are back in town and at last they've got a video game to equal the brilliance of the movies. You can relieve the story from the new film if you want, but there's much more to this game than the usual film tie-in.

Buzz, Woody and Jessie are the main playable characters
Rex and all the other favourites are always on hand
Car racing is just one of the many Toy Box activities
Use goo to alter the size of characters and objects

The best bit of this game is the exclusive Toy Box mode, where you can play as Woody, Buzz or Jessie in the role of Sheriff in a toyland town. This mode uses all the same characters from the films but gives you complete freedom to play with all of them however you want - from exciting car (or horse and dragon) races to catching ghosts.

One special element of the Toy Box is magic goo that can change the size of any of the characters, which together with all the other collectable objects lets you completely customise the town, and the world of Toy Story, however you want.

Key Features
  • Infinity and Beyond: More than just a film tie-in, explore the entire universe of Toy Story with all the familiar characters, locations and freeform sandbox style exploration.
  • Game of the Film: Recreate the events of Toy Story 3 in story mode, complete with all the new characters and adventures.
  • Virtual Sandbox: Jump into the exclusive Toy Box mode and explore a giant virtual toy world filled with interactive environments and fully customisable buildings.
  • Accessories Included: Take part in exciting mini-games like car racing and unlock a range of special items, from a ghost-catching lightning rod to Buzz's ray gun.
  • Toys for Two: Two-player split screen mode lets you play with friends and family in the same game, either co-operating or just doing your own thing.
About the Developer: Avalanche Software
This U.S. developer started life in 1995 making games for the SNES and Mega Drive. They caught the eye of Disney Interactive Studios with their Tak and the Power of Juju series and were acquired in 2005. They've since made many tie-ins including Bolt, Chicken Little and Toy Story 3.

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Temujin on 21 July 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
It is sad to admit that I have enjoyed playing this. I have played it with my 3 year old, who loved the split screen in toy box mode and basically we just played hide and seek!

Also played it with my seven year old nephew, who absolutely adored it (despite being more into Ben-10, Pokemon etc).

The sad part is that once they stopped playing, I was compelled to continue!

I have only really played tox box mode, so won't comment on Story Mode, other than to say I think it is up to the same high standard of graphics and cut scenes that are in TB mode.

TB mode is a good mix of free roam and missions, which are maybe a little easy for an adult, but no less fun. Having said that there are some really clever bits in here, the 'Goo' that you can throw around turns things bigger or smaller and must be used for some missions and the sheer volume of missions compensates for the relative ease of some of them. Both main characters (Bo Peep, Slinky, Pork Chop etc) and non characters ask you to do missions with more areas and interactive toys being unlocked as you go.

The only gripe I might have is game length, I suspect my nephew and I raced through over 50% of TB mode in 5 or 6 hours. But is soo much fun, I am sure there will be bits we missed and we haven't even looked at Story mode yet! I also suspect that if Disney/Pixar have any sense, they will release DLC, as this is a collect toys kind of game.

Good to see that some-one has sat down and thought out a game that not only coincides with the film (which is also great) but stands up in its own right.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D. Krol TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 Dec. 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
I recently bought this cheap on here due to a friend recomendation. I don't usually buy film tie in games as from past experience, they always seem to be cheap, shoddy, awful games (Beowulf, Wall E, Pirates of the carribean for EG)

Anyway having given this one a go, I have to say that I have not had this much fun with a PS3 game in ages. You have a choice of weather to play the main game or simply go to the "Woodys round up" section, which is basically a sandbox type game where you get to build, customise and police your very own wild west town. There's bags of fun to be had in the sandbox game and there are hundreds of missions to do, ranging from staging and collecting various photo shots, horse racing, stunt car tricks, hunting down bandits and throwing them in jail, mining gold etc, etc. You can also collect various paints and costumes to dress up your town with. If you get bored with the same old people and houses in your town, why not give them a makeover, there's horror, space, wild west, fantasy, futuristic, and all sorts of other themes to choose from. You can even transform your town characters into other Disney Pixar faves such as The Incredibles, Nemo and Dory, Wall E and Eve and the monsters from Monsters Inc. This section of the game gave me over 10 hours of solid fun gameplay.

The main game itself is also a good laugh, there are missions straight out of the film, ranging from trawling around andys house to find the phone, so that you can trick Andy into playing with the toys one last time, defeating Dr Porkchop and saving the train, racing and collecting missions in the sunny day care center or defeating Zurg with Buzz Lightyear in space (my personal fave).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Explodinghat on 29 April 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3 Verified Purchase
Wow, this game provides hours of entertainment wether it be through the main storyline or in the sandbox town of 'Woody's Roundup'. There are so few games available today that allow you to play multiplayer with someone physically sat next to you and this game provides hope that it's not a concept forgotten by games developers.

I'm always happy to suggest it when people are round - and although it will guarantee you a strange look from a room of 20-somethings, once you've been playing it for 10 minutes it's undeniable how appropriate the game is for all age groups and the reception it gets is astounding.

A necessity for any gamers library and you can finally defeat the EVIL EMPEROR ZURG in high-definition.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Peter TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 July 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
Toy Story 3 is a fun and not-too-demanding game for all ages, although story mode contains some hard-ish parts that under-tens might find tricky. The good part is that it is mainly free-play (the Toy Box/Woody's Roundup option is free-play), with lots of mini-missions that are entertaining without being too hard. The storyline mode is also pretty good, but of course it is a bit more structured.

My 11-year-old son played on the game for 8 hours solid after it arrived (possibly not too healthy!). He feels that the PS3-exclusive Zurg option is not as good as it could have been. Zurg is only available in freeplay mode, and needs to be unlocked and then bought before you can use him. There are some mini-missions just for Zurg, and you can visit Zurg's headquarters, but he can't interact with characters other than his minions, and he can't pick up objects. Zurg has a gun, though, and if you have a sports car, it turns into a driveable Zurg car that can also shoot star balls, and it's fun taking this car into the skatepark to perform stunts.

So it's a good game (and non-violent), but don't go for the PS3 version just to get the Zurg content. It's good to find a film-tie-in game that's worth having!
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