Disney Tsum Tsum Festival
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Disney Tsum Tsum Festival Trailers
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival - Activities Trailer | Switch
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival - E3 Announcement Trailer | Switch
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival Screenshots
Critic Reviews for Disney Tsum Tsum Festival
An inoffensive mini-game collection that tries to deliver a little of that Disney charm, but it feels like the type of lacklustre Wii title that was abundant during that console's golden era. With the availability of Super Mario Party or even Carnival Games, it's hard to recommend this – unless you're a really big fan of Tsum Tsums. Not Disney, just the Tsum Tsums.
Overall, Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is worthy of your time if you are a Disney enthusiast. The game is also worth a look if you want a family-oriented game and/or party game. Despite some of the title's concerning game design choices, it has such a charming atmosphere and no performance issues. Therefore, having a jolly time is inevitable.
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.
It’s easy to dismiss Tsum Tsum Festival as being “just” a minigame collection, but there’s value in those – especially on the Nintendo Switch, which is built around the easy sharing of experiences but has, to date, had a relatively minimal application of that potential outside of Nintendo itself.