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Disneyland Adventures is a terrible remaster of what should be an enjoyable family game. Running around hugging cartoon characters, taking pictures and grabbing autographs is what everyone would want from a trip to Disneyland, it's just a shame that this is the kind of trip where you miss your flight, the weather is terrible, and your hotel room is dirty.
The perfect game to experience the magic of Disneyland like never before. Well, like before. Exactly the same game as 2011, but in 4K and HDR.
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Young children are going to find plenty to keep them invested with or without it. It looks lovely and there's lots to do, but it feels a little safe by today's standards.
When I spoke to the original developers at E3 a few years ago, I remarked that motion controls were the only holding Disneyland Adventures back. Now the game is back on Xbox One and Windows – and we can finally play it with a controller. With a vast virtual park to explore, loads of beloved characters, and plenty of minigames, Disneyland Adventures is one of the best Disney games out there.
________________________ “no Frozen or Brave cameos – a huge miss considering this games target audience.
Disneyland Adventures is not the best Xbox One X game out there and although it successfully channels Disney, the gameplay is quite basic and does border on boring at times, even for younger players. Nonetheless, the exploration is fun but just be warned that things get very repetitive very early on.
Disneyland Adventures is a not-so-magical adventure through a game that is unable to keep up with the player.
It's an easy game and there were some minor issues, but if you're a big Disney fan or if you have kids it's the perfect game to add to your Xbox One catalog.
Disneyland Adventures walks a fine line between triumph and disappointment. The park section is awesome, and even though the target audience means that the quests are easy, you'll still be fascinated at how much there is to do and how the park's magic translates quite well digitally. The minigames are more disappointing, since the regular controller makes some of them more difficult to play, while the appearance of bugs that weren't in the original title is equally disappointing. For a Disney aficionado, this title is still worth checking out if you can get it for cheap.
If you missed the original Kinect: Disneyland Adventures, this is a decent port. It’s a fun game that all ages will be able to enjoy even with its graphical flaws across the Xbox One family of consoles.