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Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
I love puzzle games, but I must admit that this one is a bit too easy. Even on the hardest level, the puzzles are simple and lose some of their value. However, there are six unique games like Simon Says and the classic Concentration. The graphics and sounds are decent for the system, but overall it seems to be geared toward a younger audience. It's a good game for puzzle fans, but it may be too easy for veterans.
In short, Mickey's Ultimate Challenge is just a bunch of puzzle games tied together by a loose plotline with a slapped on Disney characters. It's good for younger kids as they'll have a little bit of difficulty with the puzzles, but for anyone else I say pass this one on. A very shallow game designed merely for younger children. Trust me, if you are above the age of six, you won't have much fun with this title.
Peut importe qui le jeu veut viser, les jeunes ou les vieux, c'est une véritable honte qu'une compagnie sorte un jeu aussi court que celui-ci, surtout pour la personne qui l'a payé plein prix à l'époque. Les puzzles n'ont rien d'originaux et le jeu semble carrément incomplet. Même qu'à côté de lui, Fantasia est un bijou. Ceux qui ont joué à ce dernier savent que ce n'est pas peu dire!