DS #2996: Bolt (USA)

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Nov 20, 2008

DS #2996: Bolt (USA) by dice at 5:19 PM (2,790 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. dice
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  2. Rowan

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    one word

    dog
     
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    Movie licensed game by Disney.
     
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    wow, that's a cool dog
     
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    OH GOD IT'S A DISNEY GAME [​IMG]
     
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    So, it's as good as Aladdin and The Lion King on the SNES/Genesis? [​IMG]
     
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    Does this include voice bytes from the movie's voice actors? I wanna know if Bolt, played by John Travolta, is going to battle the evil forces of Xenu with his trusty bone-shaped e-meter to fend off cockroach bites. Ahh, thank you, Disney, for telling us you support this.
     
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    From what I've seen, this actually looks like it'll be a good movie.





     
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    It does look good, I'm just worried about how many DC-8s will be in it.
     
  10. ZiZoOo#DS-man

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    The movie is good [​IMG]
    but the game.......
    forget it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    A little late for me to respond, but I'll mention that Aladdin was developed solely by Capcom. The Genesis version was done by Virgin Interactive who also did the Lion King game. I'll admit that they are very good games, but Disney had scant little to do with developing the actual games. They provided the license to use the characters/story, but the actual games were by other developers.

    I miss those old companies. [​IMG] Most new Disney games are terrible. But that's easy to understand due to the fact that Disney itself has dropped in quality. The TV channel has gone downhill, and apart from the Pixar films (which are always great), their solo feature films have been hit or miss lately. I really loved Meet the Robinsons, but hated Chicken Little. I'll see this Bolt movie, but I don't have very high hopes.
     
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    Perhaps it's because Disney hasn't had anything truly iconic (like making those awful Grimm fairy tales presentable to an audience) to draw from since the Lion King's whole Hamlet deal. Or rather, that's the last Disney movie I remember seeing (unless you count Pixar). I mean, think about it, what are they doing now? An adorable dog character that audiences of all ages, including naive children, will want to see, and then choosing John Travolta to play that dog to have that dog battle the evil forces of the Galactic Federation by shooting his body thetans at the villains in order to save Teegeeack.
     
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    Bolt... hmm a game deserving nothing more than a trial , 102 dalmatians for the ps was the only interesting doggie game
     

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