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Disney Universe.
Disney Universe
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Disney Universe a fast-paced multiplayer action adventure game. In the game, players will experience non-stop action through a mix-up of worlds inspired by both animated and live action films from Disney.

In Disney Universe, players can select from more than 40 classic and contemporary Disney character costumes, including Alice (Alice in Wonderland), Mike (Monsters, Inc.), TRON (TRON: ... read more
Rel. dates: EU 28.10.11 US 25.10.11 JP N/A
Developer: Eurocom
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Tags: Action, Adventure
8/10 avg.

Production values are impressive and you can tell the developer has worked closely with Disney and Pixar crafting the levels as detailed as the movie counterparts. You will explore the worlds of The Lion King, Aladdin, Wall-E, Alice in Wonderland and Pirates of the Caribbean. This variety of different levels are great fun for a Disney fan and the meticulously authentic props and backgrounds are wonderful to experience.

Super fun couch coop, 2-4 players. A variety of gamers with different skill levels will be able to love this game. As the levels progress you will learn to cooperate by solving puzzles and keeping swarming enemies at bay! Helpful features like being able to pick up your partner and helping them across particularly difficult platforming areas also caters to the multifaceted skill levels a group might have.

The lasting appeal is pretty extensive too, finding all collectibles, freeing characters and leveling-up costumes and earning gold medals on all of the stages will take you quite some time, but it will never feel like a chore. There is also built-in rewards, like additional costumes, to be found when you play through the levels a second time.


In a game where the coop part really shines it's a shame there is no online coop available. Maybe we'll see this in an upcoming sequel?

One missed opportunity is the lack of some of the outstanding music you often find in Disney productions. It's easily forgotten at best and often drown in the overload of sound effects.

For a seasoned gamer the 54 different levels might get repetitive if you play through them on your own. The level structure is basically the same on each world and you progress by repairing obstacles and solving puzzles. The platforming parts do get some what challenging at times but a few more spikes in difficulty wouldn't have hurt, keep in mind this is a family game meant to please all ages. The brawling is competent but you have to enjoy the cute cartoon violence to fully enjoy the game.

8 /10
Explore, collect & smash!

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