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Toy Story provides some wholesome, classic run-and-jump gaming which has been fun since the original Super Mario Brothers. The strong graphics, wonderful cutscenes and simple gameplay definitely make this a desirable game for all ages - if you have the hardware to play it well. Younger gamers will definitely enjoy Toy Story 2, but some of the more difficult jumps will have them stuck and frustrated - at least, that's what happened to me. If you have a new Mac, a good gamepad and want something other than excessive violence, go grab yourself a copy of Toy Story 2. Otherwise, don't bother.
The game is slightly buggy—clipping problems sometimes plague the graphics, and the camera can be jerky, causing vertigo-induced migraines after hours of play. If you don't have a G3/266, you're flat out of luck—it's back to Tetris for you. However, if you are blessed with a powerful system and have a particular affinity for Toy Story and for platform games, this is a worthwhile purchase—you'll find yourself whiling away hours and hours and days and days.
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