Buzz Lightyear certainly went “to infinity and beyond” on the Dreamcast. His 3D adventure was a surprisingly good licensed romp that shouldn’t be overlooked. There are expansive levels, great puzzles, and engaging boss battles in this excellent port that deserves a spot on your shelf.
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Disney’s stable of characters found a friendly home on the Genesis, and even as the console was in the twilight of its life it managed to produce quality titles that did justice to their source material. Pocahontas is one such example. Though it might not reach the same levels of quality as Aladdin and Castle of Illusion, it’s a solid adventure in its own right.
Donald Duck has been all around the world, done many amazing things, and teamed up with the best of them. But did you know he was also a ninja? Yes, there is simply nothing this duck can’t do. Why, he’s so cool that he’s not just a ninja, he’s a ninja in Hawaii!
Toy Story, released in 1995, was a movie done by Pixar, in full 3D animation. The movie became quite popular, and did well in the box office. The game came the following year, 1996, for the SNES, Sega Genesis, PC, and Gameboy. But does the game live up to the standards set by how well the movie did?