MartinIsAwesome wrote:Am I the only one that doesn't think that this looks interesting at all? I mean, I'm a fan of Disney's films and animation and all, but the behind all the bright colours it just looks a bit lifeless if you ask me. Besides, what happens when you play the initial three Incredibles, Pirates of the Caribbean and Monsters University levels. Is that it?
People always complain about expensive downloadable content that's already on the game disc or day one downloadable content - isn't that just what these collectible figures are? Physical DLC? No, thank you.
Me too, I made a sarcastic comment, expecting everyone else to think it was awful, I was pretty surprised when everyone genuinely said it looked good.
Just seems like a Skylanders clone. It even looks like it runs in the same game engine as skylanders, even without the figure gimmick and Skylanders was a genuinely bad game to start. I don't even have the game, I've played it for 15 minutes in my cousins house, but I didn't enjoy a second of it. Running around linear levels, fighting enemies and solving puzzles aimed to be easy enough for 5-year-olds just isn't fun. I had heard people saying it was a good game let down by the expensive figures, but even without the figures, it was an awful game. Figures just made it worse.
Well that got off-topic a little, but anyway, I can't imagine a Skylanders clone to ever be a good game. Level editor looks alright and I have nothing against Disney, but as for the rest of the game, just no. Gameplay footage looked like nothing more than another average, budget platformer.
Also, expensive figures gimmick designed to make children spend every penny they have on DLC characters.