Disneyland Adventures provides a unique opportunity to explore the Disneyland theme park within a videogame from the comfort of your own home. Initially greeted by Mickey Mouse and tasked with gathering an autograph from Donald Duck to pass onto Goofy. Upon completion of this simple task your then free to pick and choose where to explore and complete tasks of your own choosing by interacting with staff and characters within the park.
There is plenty to see and do. Kids will be entertaineed and mezmorized by the quality of the park and the tasks to play through. Rides are available with great games included. Prior to Disneyland Adventures my opinion was that Toy Story 3 was by far and away the best Disney game available though this is very close to beating it. The games are great fun, challenging to master and difficult to collect all the hidden secrets within the various games but very easy for kids to jump into and play. Adults will find enjoyment too making Disneyland Adventures the perfect game for families to play together as it does support 2 players.
At the time of writing this article I have only taken part in the initial greeting with Mickey Mouse and played through three rides; Space Mountain, Buzz Lightyear Blaster and Finding Nemo. Interacted with a few characters, collected coins and visited a shop to purchase a Beast costume. The time played was stress-free, easy to jump straight into and fun!
Checkout the full hour play session in the video below:
Disneyland Adventures First Look Video
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