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7th Jan '18 11:50:22 PM Loekman3
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** There are actually many non-fighter Dragon Ball games that are good. Platform/RPG/Zelda-like games ''The Legacy of Goku 2'', ''Buu's Fury'' and ''VideoGame/DragonBallOrigins'', while all pretty easy, are also quite fun. ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZAttackOfTheSaiyans Attack of The Saiyans]]'', an RPG for the DS, can also qualify if you can forgive its SurpriseDifficulty.

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** There are actually many non-fighter Dragon Ball games that are good. Platform/RPG/Zelda-like games ''The ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZTheLegacyOfGoku The Legacy of Goku 2'', ''Buu's Fury'' 2]]'', ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZTheLegacyOfGoku Buu's Fury]]'' and ''VideoGame/DragonBallOrigins'', while all pretty easy, are also quite fun. ''[[VideoGame/DragonBallZAttackOfTheSaiyans Attack of The Saiyans]]'', an RPG for the DS, can also qualify if you can forgive its SurpriseDifficulty.
7th Jan '18 5:25:30 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* The ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' video game has gotten surprisingly good reviews. Both because it's a solid platformer and because its Toy Box mode offers a level of customization and exploration that you would normally find in [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox]] games. The games of the previous two movies (''VideoGame/ToyStory'' on SNES/Genesis and ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' on PC/[=PlayStation=]/Nintendo 64/Dreamcast) were developed by Creator/TravellersTales, and weren't too shabby either.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' video game has gotten surprisingly good reviews. Both because it's a solid platformer and because its Toy Box mode offers a level of customization and exploration that you would normally find in [[WideOpenSandbox sandbox]] games. The games of the previous two movies (''VideoGame/ToyStory'' on SNES/Genesis and ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' ''VideoGame/ToyStory2'' on PC/[=PlayStation=]/Nintendo 64/Dreamcast) were developed by Creator/TravellersTales, and weren't too shabby either.
2nd Jan '18 11:14:43 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* Burger King released three little Xbox games starring Advertising/TheBurgerKing. While two of them were forgettable, Sneak King was a surprisingly well-made stealth game, where you had to ambush people and give them their burger.

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* Burger King released three little Xbox games starring Advertising/TheBurgerKing. While two of them were forgettable, Sneak King was a surprisingly well-made stealth game, where you had to ambush people and give them their burger. Surprisingly, although they were originally intended to be just downloadable titles, they sold well enough to earn themselves physical releases.
26th Dec '17 7:49:02 PM jormis29
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* ''Disney/TreasurePlanet: Battle at Procyon'' definitely needs more love. It is an excellent naval simulator, with very detailed graphics for its time (not many games of the 2000s had specific textures to show the holes caused by the cannonballs) that are still decent today. It is still widely played on Steam, and it has a loyal modding community.

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* ''Disney/TreasurePlanet: Battle at Procyon'' ''VideoGame/TreasurePlanetBattleAtProcyon'' definitely needs more love. It is an excellent naval simulator, with very detailed graphics for its time (not many games of the 2000s had specific textures to show the holes caused by the cannonballs) that are still decent today. It is still widely played on Steam, and it has a loyal modding community.
15th Dec '17 12:29:28 PM Anddrix
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* [[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Holy *** on a *** sandwich]], ''VideoGame/EpicMickey''. Disney fandom plus nostalgia plus DoingItForTheArt equals a hell of a game. True, [[LoveItOrHateIt it's not for everyone]], but it's for a ''lot'' of people.

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* [[WebVideo/YuGiOhTheAbridgedSeries Holy *** on a *** sandwich]], ''VideoGame/EpicMickey''. Disney fandom plus nostalgia plus DoingItForTheArt equals a hell of a game. True, [[LoveItOrHateIt it's not for everyone]], everyone, but it's for a ''lot'' of people.



** There have been three games based on ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. A Wii game, Lightsaber Battles, which promised motion controlled lighsaber combat but just couldn't quite deliver (Star Wars Kinect for X-Box 360, which also tried this, had [[LoveItOrHateIt a more polarizing reception]]. Republic Heroes is a lame action platformer whose high point is featuring the villain Cad Bane prominently in the plot. Lastly there's the much overlooked (as it came out at the same time as Lightsaber Battles) third game, Jedi Alliance, for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. It is by no stretch a ''great game'' but is a decent game that showed a fair amount of inspiration and could have been genuinely good had it got more polish (and a co-op feature, which it was very clearly based around). It takes advantage of the DS's touchscreen features, controlling very much like the DS ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Legend of Zelda]]'' games, while letting you play as several prominent Jedi (including [[EnsembleDarkhorse fan favorites]] like Mace Windu and Kit Fisto). It features the show's voice cast (who seemed to be [[MoneyDearBoy phoning it in]] for the other two games but put more effort in here) and an original story that could have easily been a story arc in the show ([[ContinuitySnarl though it fits very loosely into the show's canon]]), using the Nightsisters, who would later play a very important role in later story lines in the show.

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** There have been three games based on ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. A Wii game, Lightsaber Battles, which promised motion controlled lighsaber combat but just couldn't quite deliver (Star Wars Kinect for X-Box 360, which also tried this, had [[LoveItOrHateIt a more polarizing reception]].reception. Republic Heroes is a lame action platformer whose high point is featuring the villain Cad Bane prominently in the plot. Lastly there's the much overlooked (as it came out at the same time as Lightsaber Battles) third game, Jedi Alliance, for the UsefulNotes/NintendoDS. It is by no stretch a ''great game'' but is a decent game that showed a fair amount of inspiration and could have been genuinely good had it got more polish (and a co-op feature, which it was very clearly based around). It takes advantage of the DS's touchscreen features, controlling very much like the DS ''[[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Legend of Zelda]]'' games, while letting you play as several prominent Jedi (including [[EnsembleDarkhorse fan favorites]] like Mace Windu and Kit Fisto). It features the show's voice cast (who seemed to be [[MoneyDearBoy phoning it in]] for the other two games but put more effort in here) and an original story that could have easily been a story arc in the show ([[ContinuitySnarl though it fits very loosely into the show's canon]]), using the Nightsisters, who would later play a very important role in later story lines in the show.



** As for Telltale's ''VideoGame/{{Jurassic Park|The Game}}'' game, [[LoveItOrHateIt depending on who you talk to]], it either lands here or in [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames the other page]].

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** As for Telltale's ''VideoGame/{{Jurassic Park|The Game}}'' game, [[LoveItOrHateIt depending on who you talk to]], to, it either lands here or in [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames the other page]].
10th Dec '17 9:45:12 PM MrEightThreeOne
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* Creator/HumongousEntertainment only made licensed games for one franchise during thier lifespan, and that's ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues''. First off, they all run on the timeless SCUMM engine like thier other games, and [[SugarWiki/GeniousProgramming they push it to its limits as always]]. The two games that were based on actual episodes of the show (''Blue's Birthday Adventure'' and ''Blue's Treasure Hunt'') feel like actual episodes from the show, right down to having FullMotionVideo for Steve (yes, the SCUMM engine was actually capable of that). The other two games (''ABC Activities'' and ''123 Activities'') on the other hand, are nice little activity center with somewhat of a goal to work towards. It just goes to show what happens when a company actually treats an already existing franchise with care.

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* Creator/HumongousEntertainment only made licensed games for one franchise during thier lifespan, and that's ''WesternAnimation/BluesClues''. First off, they all run on the timeless SCUMM engine like thier other games, and [[SugarWiki/GeniousProgramming [[SugarWiki/GeniusProgramming they push it to its limits as always]]. The two games that were based on actual episodes of the show (''Blue's Birthday Adventure'' and ''Blue's Treasure Hunt'') feel like actual episodes from the show, right down to having FullMotionVideo for Steve (yes, the SCUMM engine was actually capable of that). The other two four games (''ABC Activities'' and Activities'', ''123 Activities'', ''Art Activities'', and ''Reading Activities'') on the other hand, are nice little activity center with somewhat of a goal to work towards. It just goes to show what happens when a company actually treats an already existing franchise with care.
30th Nov '17 2:08:40 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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** Another Genesis release, ''[=McDonald's=] Treasureland Adventures'', was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}}, and featured many elements that would be used in ''VideoGame/DynamiteHeaddy'' and ''VideoGame/GunstarHeroes''.

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** Another Genesis release, ''[=McDonald's=] Treasureland Adventures'', ''VideoGame/McDonaldsTreasureLandAdventure'', was developed by Creator/{{Treasure}}, and featured many elements that would be used in ''VideoGame/DynamiteHeaddy'' and ''VideoGame/GunstarHeroes''.
29th Nov '17 8:05:25 PM rjd1922
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* The first ''WesternAnimation/AvatartheLastAirbender'' game on DS published by THQ. It has a plot that could fit right into the show, and voice actors from the show as well. It's an RPG with a lvl up system across four main characters. A little tedious at times with unforgiving bosses, but it's still a great addition to the series.

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* The first ''WesternAnimation/AvatartheLastAirbender'' ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' game on DS published by THQ. It has a plot that could fit right into the show, and voice actors from the show as well. It's an RPG with a lvl up system across four main characters. A little tedious at times with unforgiving bosses, but it's still a great addition to the series.
27th Nov '17 6:35:01 AM ninboy91
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* Creator/JackieChan has several decently received games of his own that would otherwise belong in other topics, but in the case of Western Animation, WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures : Legend of the Dark Hand for the Game Boy Advance is definitely one of them. The visuals do a fine job of capturing the show and the game plays well enough with it's standard beat 'em up mechanics to make the player feel like the stuntmaster himself with his martial arts and interactive improvised weapons (like umbrellas, trash cans, chairs, cables, and several others).

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* Creator/JackieChan has several decently received games of his own that would otherwise belong in other topics, but in the case of Western Animation, WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures : ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'': Legend of the Dark Hand for the Game Boy Advance is definitely one of them. The visuals do a fine job of capturing the show and the game plays well enough with it's standard beat 'em up mechanics to make the player feel like the stuntmaster himself with his martial arts and interactive improvised weapons (like umbrellas, trash cans, chairs, cables, and several others).
26th Nov '17 6:58:40 PM ninboy91
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* Creator/JackieChan has several decently received games of his own that would otherwise belong in other topics, but in the case of Western Animation, WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures : Legend of the Dark Hand for the Game Boy Advance is definitely one of them. The visuals do a fine job of capturing the show and the game plays well enough with it's standard beat 'em up mechanics to make the player feel like the stuntmaster himself with his martial arts and interactive improvised weapons (like umbrellas, trash cans, chairs, cables, and several others).
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