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Disney's Treasure Planet is a good platforming game, whether you're interested in the film or not. What's disappointing is that the film extracts are not subtitled and this takes away the intended ambience for deaf gamers. Deaf gamers aren't really going to be able to appreciate the game's story unless they have seen the film, which is a shame. That said though even without the film's story to enjoy, Disney's Treasure Planet is still a fine game.
GameZone (Dec 02, 2002)
Disney puts so much effort into their movies, so it is amazing that they can allow something like this to be released with their name on it. It does not have much to offer in originality or gameplay. Without those components, what is there? You're left with an average run-around and jump platform game with not much in the way of satisfaction when goals are achieved. Better raise anchor and move away from this one-- unless some cute cut scenes are enough to satisfy your gaming needs.
50 (Nov 15, 2002)
Bien trop court et répétitif, La Planète Au Trésor s'inscrit dans la longue liste des jeux Disney trop rapidement développés pour accompagner la sortie des films.
Treasure Planet should be put in a sealed, wooden crate and buried in your neighbor's backyard.
IGN (Nov 15, 2002)
Even regardless of how easy this game is, it's still extraordinarily boring and it looks terrible. There's hardly anything in the game that changes after the first level, so it just seems entirely repetitive. Still, the music was cool, though I might be locked up for thinking that.