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Unexpectedly Good!, 15 December 2005
Author: travsta_92 from Australia
I used to play it all the time as it came out but I had no theory on it
seeing that I was only about 8 when it came out. I played it the other
day and I enjoyed it. I never finished the game completely, I only got
up to the Second Last level and I am one token left for the last level.
The background are good, the graphics are good but no way near as good as the Movie, and the gameplay is Surprisingly fun! I am 13 years old and i am not normally into kids sort of games, I basically only play Racing games, Sports or Gun games like Max Payne or GTA series.
Each level has 5 tokens to collect, you have to collect a certain amount of tokens to pass on to the next level and Save Woody! Great Game.
Oh the memories..., 8 January 2011
Author: Heimski Hannes from Iceland
Note that this is a review of the PlayStation Version.
Toy Story 2 was the first real video game that I played on my old Windows '98 and therefore will always have a place in my heart.
Today some unknown fate made me pop my PlayStation version of this game into my PS3 and it still has the same effect on my that it had eleven years ago.
Lets talk about the actual game now. The game starts as Al is stealing Woody and you take control of Buzz to go rescue him. While doing so you encounter obstacles through the various interesting stages. Starting out in Andy's House and going through his Yard, a construction site, an alley, Al's Toy Barn, Al's space barn, the ventilation system at Al's building, Al's suite, inside the Airport and ending at the outside of the Airport.
The controls were simple and easy to get used to. The X button jumps, the square button fires lasers, the circle button does a spinning attack, the L1 button aim's and R1 lets you check your stats.
A problem I had with the game was that you couldn't use the joystick, and this was a game released in 1999, well it could have just been the fact that I was playing on a PS3 but it still got annoying.
The graphics weren't anything special at the time, it was basically like every PS1 game released around that time. The music was fantastic though, it really fit the areas that each track was placed in and every area had a unique track.
To sum up, I love this game. It was amazing when I was only five years old and eleven years later, it still is.
One of the most frustrating games ever., 22 January 2009
Author: The_Light_Triton (Black_triton14@hotmail.com) from In a Chair in my room
(Please note that this comment is based on the Review of the N64
Version of the Game, Not the Sony Playstation version) Just because
it's Frustrating, doesn't make it bad.
You play Buzz lightyear, on a quest to rescue None other than Woody, who has been stolen by a toy collector named Al, to finally complete his collection of Woody's Round-up toys. What Al doesn't know is that while Andy nor Andy's mom know of the theft, The toys do. And the toys are going to bring Woody home.
You might have seen the movie (So have I) and while it might not follow it too accurately, i must admit this game was OK. it's not bad, but it could have some room for improvement, like in the control department.
Another note about the game is that it's extremely Frustrating. if you're an 80's gamer, you'd probably be used to the frustration, but if you were a child of the 90's like me, then you're in for a frustrating time. What could be so frustrating in a game about toys? Well, try spending 5 minutes getting up in a room to get something, and mis-time your jumps and land back on the floor, where you have to spend another 5 minutes working your way back up.
But the bottom line, this is a game you may want to try out. it can be addicting once you get into it, but you'll probably never play it again once you've beaten it.
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