It was Avalanche Software's innovative Toy Box Mode for the Toy Story 3 video game tie-in that lead to the creation of the toy-driven Disney Infinity. Next week Buzz, Woody and Jessie come home, and it goes a little something like this.
Suicide, laughter, and the believed death of a communist leader. These were just some of my ten favorite moments from my favorite games of 2010. (Spoilers)
The tenth anniversary of the launch of the PlayStation 2 in North America is right around the corner, and the console still sells well enough to warrant a brand new Toy Story 3 bundle from Sony.
At some point during E3, this happened, but we were far too busy working to see it.
It's been fifteen years since Pixar Animation Studios ushered in the age of the CGI movie with Toy Story, a candid look at the secret lives of toys. Are we too old for one last trip inside the toy box?
I highly recommend seeing Disney's latest Toy Story film at an E3 preview, where you can have all the candy, popcorn, milkshakes, Yoohoo brand chocolate drink, and vodka Jell-O shots you can handle. And I can handle a lot.
Earlier today I mentioned how fun it is to explore the open world bits of Toy Story 3: The Video Game. Now have a look for yourself.
Who says a movie tie-in can't be innovative and exciting? Toy Story 3's build-your-own-adventure Toy Box mode could wind up the most entertaining thing to come of a movie video game since we started putting moving pictures to pixels.
Sony has updated its official PlayStation Move page with a couple of new games taking advantage of the PlayStation 3's upcoming motion controller, Toy Story 2 and Brunswick Pro Bowling. I hope those wrist straps are sturdy.
While a portion of Disney Interactive's video game adaptation will follow the events of the animated movie, its Toy Box mode will allow players to create their own adventures using the franchises iconic characters.