Disney's Bolt (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Disney Nintendo DS games
Description:Model ID NTR P CBKP / Genre: Action & Shooter / ESRB Rating: Rating Pending / Release Date: 2009-02-13 / Published by Disney Interactive / ... more
Disney's Bolt (DS) ... Bolt for Nintendo DS takes man's best friend to a whole new level and beyond in a comedic, fast paced, high-action adventure around the world. Bolt invites players to take on the heroic personas of Bolt and Penny from the action-packed television series within the upcoming film, "Walt Disney Pictures Presents Bolt." The game takes place within this television world and incorporates a mix of intrigue, combat, action and platform-style game play. Players must explore, defend themselves and outsmart the evil villain Calico and save Penny's dad and the world.
Newest Review: ... considering all of the games are very similar in what they do. Through the game you pick up items that up your health and ... more
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Christmas Carol - The Movie [VHS]
Release Date: 2003 - 10 - 27, Rating: Universal, suitable for all
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
Disney's Bolt (Nintendo DS)
In Disney's Bolt, players take on the heroic personas of the TV s ...
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
Customer Disney's Bolt (DS) Reviews (3)
by - written on 12/05/09 (Useful, 40 readings)
I bought this because I must admit I was a fan of the movie. I also like action/adventure/platform games. The first few levels are basically showing you how to play the game which I think is a little silly considering all of the games are very similar in what they do. Through the game you pick up items that up your health and energy levels such as power items and hearts in Mario. The graphics are pretty good, the world is in full 3d like most DS games, though at times you do get problems with the camera. I cannot believe that developers haven't worked out how to make this perfect as was in Mario 64 which is a 10 year old game! There are a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/09 (Very useful, 383 readings)
A dog with super powers! Whatever will they think of next. When games comes along that take on movie covers, they are often pretty naff. It seems like the Disney machine turns out a lot of movies and games lately, but not many make it into the 'classics' list. So, when Bolt came to the big screen, we gave it a miss. However, for some reason, when it came to the (very) small screen on the Nintendo DS, my son still wanted it. Bolt is rated 7+ and is a single player game, though you can wireless connect to play two player mini co-operative games. You play the character Bolt, a dog. With mighty super powers such as laser vision and a sonic bark, you have to work ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/09 (Useful, 239 readings)
Bolt for the ds was released in the UK on the 13 Feb 2009. I purchased this game for my son (he's 6) and after seeing the adverts and taking him to see the film, he really wanted the game. He likes dogs and superhero type things so seemed a good combination for him. I would say this game is defiantly aimed at the 5 to 10 year old age bracket, although I say 5 as there is quite a lot of reading to tell you what to do, so suitable from an age when your child can read basic instruction. I am reviewing the game from his opinion and my own (however I have not yet completed the game!) *The game* The game is only slightly ... Read the complete review
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