Friday, November 25, 2011

Disney Wii Games: Cars 2 & Disney Universe Review


We are big gamers in our house. My husband and I have been playing them together for over 12 years. Now that we have our son the games we play have became a bit more family friendly. We have found many of the rated E for Everyone games to be really fun. They have easy game play and are games you can play for a bit than easily come back to another time. We have loved playing our Wii system since my brother and my sister in law gave it to us. We have made many fun family memories playing cool games together.



The Disney Universe game is really fun to play. As a classic Disney fan I liked how it has characters from many Disney movies. You get to enter the Disney movie themed worlds to rescue everything that has gone wrong from a not so nice character! You get to battle bad guys, do mini games, find items that you use within the game and so much more. Its an adventure game kids and adults can have fun with. My son was good at the jumping and beating up bad guys while I was the puzzle and mini games solver. He was so sweet playing the game then handing me the control when it was a part he couldn't do. We even played this game on Thanksgiving for entertainment since it was raining outside. I love having fun games like this one to play when we can't play outside. We have so many other levels to discover on this game and I look forward to playing it in the many different character costumes. This is a great game for any Disney fan.


Picking out our characters costume to play in


Disney Universe in an off-the-wall non-stop action adventure where Disney worlds and characters mix up for the first time. Suit up in iconic costumes and face challenges in legendary Disney worlds. Defeat enemies, collect coins and powerups, unlock new costumes and explore with friends as you battle in a mix-up of worlds inspired by numerous Disney and Pixar films. Suit-up for action as more than 40 classic and contemporary Disney characters including Alice, Mike, TRON, and Stitch. Mischief, magic and mayhem reign as players explore 6 different worlds. Team up with four friends to solve puzzles or defeat enemies or toss your friend into trouble!



We are Cars movie fans. My son likes Vroom Vrooms and my husband likes race cars. We just bought the steering wheel for another game we have so I was excited to have the Cars 2 racing video game to try it with. The game was fun to play with easy game play. My son could use the steering wheel to drive Lightening McQueen all over the tracks. The graphics were good as well, very bright characters. I liked the story line that they are in a training mode to learn how to be super agents. Its a cute game and was fun to play. Racing games are my husbands favorite so he even got into this Disney Cars 2 game.





My son sat on my lap so I could help him play. So cute!

Driving with the Wii steering wheel


From the makers of Toy Story 3: The Videogame comes Cars 2: The Video Game, where players can jump into the Cars 2 universe with some of their favorite Cars personalities in locations around the globe. Train to become an agent of C.H.R.O.M.E. (Command Headquarters for Recon Operations & Motorized Espionage) and take on dangerous missions, compete to become the fastest racecar in the world, or use your spy skills in exciting, action-packed combat racing!


Both of these games by Disney Interactive Studio are a great addition to any Disney / Pixar fans game collection. They are available on PS3 and XBX 360 as well. We had a blast playing these games and I must admit I stayed up playing Disney Universe even after my son went to bed. I am still a kid at heart who likes to play games!

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* I was not paid or compensated for this post. I was sent the games in this review for free by the Company/PR company. The opinions are 100% mine and may vary from others
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