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The theatrical release of Disney Planes certainly hasn’t fared well critically, regardless we are here to take a look at the accompanying video game Disney Planes for the Wii U. For those who may not know, the Planes games are exclusive to Nintendo platforms. More often than not movie tie-in games tend disappoint, it’s just a fact in the industry. So, with that in mind let’s find out if the Wii U version is worth the cash or simply an attempt to cash in.

The setting for Disney Planes the video game takes place after the events of the movie. In the game there are four modes to choose from: the main story mode, free flight, Air Rallies and a Bubble Pop mode. The story mode is the “main” mode of the game and features various adventures to play through for each of the characters featured. What initially looks to be a nice variety to the challenges lessens as you dig deeper into the game and you realize that some challenges are repeated as you play with the different characters. Challenges can also be pretty short. I’m torn between whether this is by design to keep things simple and match the shorter attention span of the young ones or if the developers simply couldn’t come up with any better ideas.

Reviews

Darren's World of Entertainment: Disney Planes characters revealed

I have to admit that I haven’t seen the movie Planes yet but if it’s as cute as this party then I need to go buy a ticket! This Disney Planes Birthday Party was put together by Wants and Wishes and I just love all of the whimsical details! The talented lady behind this party says, “It was my nephews birthday last week and he wanted a party! So our was created! I absolutely LOVED the movie. To get all the guests excited we got each guest a Disney planes toy. They are really fun…. you pull them back and fly across the floor. We had races with them and tried to get them to do tricks.”