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Toy Story 2; December Game of the Month
Topic Started: Dec 2 2016, 03:31 PM (408 Views)
Shellshocker18
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We did it lads :dance: !!! I played the game for the first time in nearly 15 years back on October 13th. Completed it 100% too.
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It's a pretty easy game. I think it's one of the highest quality licensed games on the n64, but by normal 3D platformer standards I think it's slightly below average. I respect the team who made this game for not just rushing out a terrible game knowing the kids would buy it no matter what. It is still a game that was made relatively quickly but it does the job of a licensed game respectably. It's got decent enough controls, content, and platforming that kids would get a good deal of entertainment with it. I just can't help but think how cool this game would be if it was of the quality of a game like Banjo-Kazooie. The characters are one of the best parts of the films and it sucks that you don't really interact with any of them. I like the contrast of the small character in the huge real world environments, but some of the later levels have dull layouts. I still think the king of licensed games, at least as far as 3D platformers go, is Spongebob Battle for Bikini Bottom, but this ones alright.

Also can someone explain to me what in the name of god almighty the sound effect on the save screen is supposed to be? Anyone who's played it knows what I mean.
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italia64
Dec 3 2016, 05:52 AM
The PS1 version has FMVs, instead of the blurry cutscreens of the N64 version.
True, but the n64 version did bring us this gem
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I know I'm really mature.
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EnvyFox
Dec 10 2016, 11:58 AM
Hey look! A game I actually own! ... buuuuut I've only played about 10 minutes of it just to see if it worked. >_< From what I played, though, it seems like a solid 3d platformer with one huge flaw: the camera. Simply put, it's awful even for it's time. Still, I'd like to play through the game properly sometime so I can give my complete thoughts on it.
Go into the options and change the camera from active camera to passive camera. That fixes most of the camera issues because it will stop trying to move on its own.
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