Rush: A DisneyPixar Adventure
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About this game
Developer: Asobo Studio
Content Rating: Everyone10+
"“Rush: A DisneyPixar Adventure,” invites families and fans of all ages to experience the worlds of six beloved Disney•Pixar films like never before. Team up with characters from “The Incredibles,” “Ratatouille,” “Up,” “Cars”, “Toy Story”, and “Finding Dory” to solve puzzles and uncover hidden secrets all remastered in 4K Ultra HD and HDR. You and your favorite Pixar character can interact on screen and play cooperatively to solve challenges. Move from fast-paced puzzle-solving to moments of pulse-pounding agility and speed." ©Disney/Pixar
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I’d go as far to say that Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure is one of the better Disney games of recent years – Infinity aside. The recreations of the Pixar franchises are just beautiful, and although each level may be short, they’re all certainly sweet. I’d highly recommend it for younger players, and if you’re a Pixar fan, regardless of your age, it’s a no-brainer.
Rush: A Disney Pixar Adventure is a great game for young gamers. The co-op mode is awesome for parents who want to play with their kids. The park hub is a fun concept and allows players to bounce back and forth between movie areas quickly. While the original game was Kinect only, this re-release now offers controller support which provides a much more enjoyable experience.
It's got enough appeal to entertain for a while, but unlike the competition from Nintendo, the many Skylanders games, Super Lucky's Tale or TT's many Lego titles, it simply doesn't have the lasting appeal that will make younger players want to revisit it over and over again. Instead, we're left with a pleasant Pixar snack, a bit like finding an old collection of Disney movies in the bargain bin. Enjoyable, but nothing extra.