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Disney Tsum Tsum Festival

Rating Summary

Based on 7 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

29%

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Based on 7 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchNov 8, 2019

Publisher: BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment

Genre: Puzzle

The popular "Disney TSUM TSUM" very own party game is now out on Nintendo Switch! A party game where cute characters from "Disney TSUM TSUM" unfold in a toy store with 10 exciting stages which include games such as curling, hockey, and many more! Enjoy the game in various ways by teaming up with friends or challenging them! Choose your favorite Tsum, and have a great time with families and friends! Furthermore, for the very first time, the nostalgic puzzle game now corresponds to online matches. Enjoy online plays with people from all over the world! - A separate Joy-Con is required to play this game with Nintendo Switch Lite console. - One Joy-Con per player is required to play the party games. - Handheld mode game such as TSUM TSUM Puzzle is available. - System, skills of Tsum and effects are adjusted to meet Nintendo Switch specifications. - Offline party games are available.

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Disney Tsum Tsum Festival - Activities Trailer | Switch thumbnail

Disney Tsum Tsum Festival - Activities Trailer | Switch

Disney Tsum Tsum Festival - E3 Announcement Trailer | Switch thumbnail

Disney Tsum Tsum Festival - E3 Announcement Trailer | Switch

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Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is packed with stuff to do, but most of it should be left to full family households with everyone on deck. It needs to focus more on depth rather than quantity, but the few games that are deep are fun enough to play with a crowd.

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To be perfectly honest, Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is in a weird place.

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Tsum Tsum Festival is not built to produce a competitive atmosphere, but is rather a heart-warming collection of mini-games. My husband, John, and I played most of the games in a cooperative mode because, frankly, it was way more fun. But if you're going to have John on your team for Bubble Hockey, for the love of Tsum Tsum don't have him guard the goal.

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