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Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure

 

 

Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure 

 

I am so thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure on the Xbox One. The PR and Marketing folks for Microsoft failed us completely. Their loss yah know? This is a game that we loved on the Xbox 360, and we are happy it was ported to the Xbox One. I guess their PR and Marketing folks are working on getting less sales for Microsoft. They have to live with that mistake. God has provided for us in spite of them. I am going to work really hard to have a review of Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure for the Xbox One in issue #128 of the Family Friendly Gaming magazine, and e-magazine. Right now I am very bullish on this fun little game for everyone in the family.

Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure is a game for kids of all ages to play with characters from The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Finding Nemo, Toy Story, Up, and Cars. Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure lets us control with Kinect or with a controller. I personally feel the controller is easier to use for many of the controls. Using Kinect gives us more exercise. Benefit to either one. Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure looks good, sounds good, and plays good. The installation is way too long. Why does it take so long to install this game? Why can’t we play off of disc? Why do modern games make it harder and worse to play? We play games in Rush A Disney Pixar Adventure to unlock more games. They are all a lot of fun.
{01/30/2018}
- Paul

 

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