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Disney Brave The Video Game

Brave is an action-adventure adaptation based on the 2012 film of the same name developed by Behaviour Interactive and published by Disney Interactive Studios. Actress Kelly Macdonald, who voiced Merida in the film, reprised her role for the video game.

Disney Brave The Video Game

Inspired be "Brave", the upcoming Disney Pixar animated fantasy adventure movie, the video game invites players to run, jump and battle their way through the rugged landscape of mythical and mysterious Scotland. By using their wits and bravery, gamers will also be able to wield a sword and bow to defeat fierce enemies, break a magical curse and save a kingdom.

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Brave: The Video Game is a Third-Person Action-Adventure game that is a companion release to the Disney/Pixar 2012 major animated release of the same name. Brave is Pixar's first fairy tale release and features the adventures of Merida, the studio's first female lead character in a movie. The game features: a family-friendly storyline, bow and arrow as well as a sword combat, agile in-game movement, puzzle play, characters from the movie as well as others unique to the game, and compatibility with both Windows and Mac operating systems.Inspired by "Brave", the Disney/Pixar animated fantasy adventure movie, Brave: The Video Game invites players to run, jump and battle their way through the rugged landscape of mythical and mysterious Scotland. By using their wits and bravery, gamers will also be able to wield a sword and bow and arrow to defeat fierce enemies, break a magical curse and save a kingdom.Play as Merida, Pixar's first female hero and an expert archer, or in the console versions players can also play as other entertaining characters from the film. In addition, they will be able to go on quests through a magical world and solve puzzles to uncover secrets. Gameplay features include an exciting single-player campaign, co-op for family and friends and a special Bear mode, in which players are able to play as a bear.

Brave: The Video Game is a middling video game spin-off filled with predictable and repetitive action. It sacrifices the film's stirring relationship between its mother and daughter characters in favor of serving up a constant flow of running, jumping, and sword-swinging action. The battle mechanics are competent and should prove engaging for younger audiences, but parents who opt to join in will likely find themselves yawning after 15 or 20 minutes of the game's decidedly repetitive brawling combat. Since this game is so combat heavy, it may turn off some of its targeted audience of girl gamers.

The puzzles -- simple logic conundrums that require players to noodle out the proper order of steps to achieve a specific goal -- are a highlight, and the archery mini-game for Kinect players will get kids up off the couch, if only for a few minutes. However, Brave: The Video Game is, by and large, just another video game adaptation of a good film that squanders its source material.

Brave: The Video Game is a charming third-person action-adventure game that acted as the companion release to the critically acclaimed Disney/Pixar 2012 animated masterpiece by the name of Brave.Prepare to experience a beautiful fairy tale, the first Pixar fairy tale that tells the tale of a strong female lead called Merida. Join her on a fun adventure which takes you through many interesting environments that you saw in the movie, but can now explore on your own. This game has a delightful family-friendly storyline for everyone to enjoy from kids to young adults, bow and arrow combat, as well as sword combat, sharp in-game movement, interesting puzzle play, fanfavorite characters from the movie, and various other characters that are exclusive to Brave: The Video Game. Are you ready to step into the shoes of Merida and start your journey?Embark on an epic adventure in which you will run, jump, and battle through the rough landscape of the magical and obscure land of Scotland. Use your wits, bravery, and skills to fight all kinds of vicious enemies, break a difficult magical curse, and save an entire kingdom by yourself.Merida is Pixar's first female hero and she is also an exceptional archer. In the console version of the game, players get to play as various other characters from the film. Brave: The Video Game features an interesting single-player campaign, co-op for you to experience the game with family or friends, and there's also the lovely Bear mode in which, as you can tell, you play as a bear.

The industry's three-day confab at the Los Angeles Convention Center coincides with positive analysis from PricewaterhouseCoopers. The firm will release Tuesday its prediction that consumers in North America will spend 7.2 per cent more this year on video game software, hardware and accessories than it did last year. That's good news, considering the industry sank by that percentage in 2009. Video games will significantly outpace the 1.2 per cent growth in North America that all entertainment and media combined - including film, television, radio and print - is expected to notch.

The prediction of a recovery comes in the face of withering data so far this year from research firm NPD, which reported that video game software sales tumbled 22 per cent in April compared with the same month a year ago. For the year so far, software sales are off a more moderate but still troubling 8 per cent.

Maybe so, but Disney Interactive Studios GM Graham Hopper boasts of his company's "best lineup ever." Among the games he'll show off at E3 is "Disney Epic Mickey," which he's hoping will make Mickey Mouse "the video game star he was meant to be."

Disney, in fact, is full of "firsts" at this year's E3: "Pirates of the Caribbean: Armada of the Damned" is the first role-playing game from the franchise not associated with a movie. Although it won't be out until next year, it will be shown "behind closed doors" at E3, Hopper said. "Toy Story 3: The Video Game" is the first game that Disney, through its Avalanche Software unit, is publishing with Pixar; previous Pixar titles have been handled by THQ. The game hits stores today, three days ahead of the movie. "Tron: Evolution" marks the first time Disney will use a video game to tell an original story designed to bridge two films, 1982's "Tron" and "Tron: Legacy." The new film is set for release in December, four weeks after the video game.

Spending on video games will reach $15.3 billion (10.28 billion) in North America this year, and every category PwC measures except for PC games will grow. Online games will experience the biggest bump (8.7%), and the biggest category -- software for console and handheld games - will increase 7.7 per cent to $11.5 billion (7.7 billion).

"This double-up is one of the contributing factors as to why the video game category will be among the growth leaders in 2010," said Stefanie Kane, a partner in the PwC Entertainment, Media & Communications practice. 041b061a72


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