Toy Story 3 is a 2010 American computer-animated comedy-drama film produced by Pixar Animation Studios for Walt Disney Pictures. It is the third installment in Pixar’s Toy Story series
The story mode is divided into eight sections. Each section has a distinct, unique style of graphics and gameplay. They are all very detailed and fun, with many collectibles to find and achievements to get that increase the replay value of each level. Besides, some levels can get a bit challenging, but that challenge merely adds to the experience. This also makes Toy Story 3 more than the average, forgettable children’s game.
Sandbox mode is the mode that you might need to spend the most time with so far in the game. It involves exploring the fairly large area of ‘Woody’s Roundup’ which is mainly Western-themed. There are sub-levels within Woody’s Roundup that have Sci-Fi (Zurg’s base), Fantasy, and Spooky themes. There are many things to do in this model, including the hundreds of collectibles to find, missions to do, and customization of your town.
You can make the town look anyway you want, by altering the costumes of the townspeople and changing the location, decoration, and paint jobs of the buildings. There are even costumes that are based on characters from other Pixar movies, which I found interesting. The goals in sandbox mode are based on the 103 ‘Gold Stars’ available, which are awarded for completing various tasks, which range from landing a paratrooper in a well to finding all of the collectibles in an area.
The graphics for this game are great, despite obviously not being the main focus of the creators. Each level is very detailed and colorful, with a unique, interesting appearance. The gameplay is similarly unique and varied, with tons of platforming, riding, and flying. The sandbox mode even includes a couple of cars and a stunt track, and it’s very fun to drive around and pull off tricks.