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Disney's Brother Bear Download PC Game ((FREE))

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Disney's brother bear Download PC Game

Based on Disney's 2003 cinematic release Brother Bear, this PC game allows players to take the role of either Kenai or Koda, both of whom are able to morph into either a wolf, crow, or eagle. Kenai who is a young man, has been transformed into a bear and is now forced to see the world through a new perspective. Koda, a young bear cub, was separated from his mother and looks to Kenai as his "Brother Bear." Following the adventure of the movie, players must embark on a journey to reunite Koda with his mother, while trying to uncover the secret that will turn Kenai back into a human.

The story is that Kenai, a Native American teen, causes his brother to die of a bear attack, due to Kenai's recklessness. Seeking revenge, he hunts and kills the bear, only to be transformed into a bear himself by the spirits. The bear is his totem, and he must learn to understand the spirit of the bear. Ironically, he now becomes the hunted when Kenai's other brother vows revenge on Kenai the bear, because he believes Kenai/bear caused Kenai/teen's death.

Graphically, this game is beautiful! Each location is attractive, and the bears and other characters are very nicely detailed. Our favorite areas were any to do with snow, and also the Salmon Run, which was underwater. However, the highly detailed graphics are disappointingly choppy at times, and scene changes, or different movements by Kenai, cause the computer to stutter and pause, with lousy frame rates.

In Disney's Brother Bear, human-now-bear Kenai has to reach the Salmon Run in order to get his human form back. He's aided by a fellow bear Koda, and yet threatened by his brother Denahi, who has a knack for constantly screaming at the player whilst battling him.

Younger gamers in search of a bit of charming old-school Disney fun would be well advised to check out this enjoyable platformer. It's based on the movie of the same name, and does a good job of recreating its spills, thrills and adventures, thus making it a nice addition to any Disney collection alongside Toy Story 2 and A Bug's Life. This one sees you in control of Kenai, the movie's bear hero, and sees you trying to reach where 'the lights touch the earth.' Pairing up with your buddy Koda, you get to make your way through various levels based on the movie, including the Valley of Fire, and the Aspen Forest. Along the way you get to meet up with some familiar faces including Rutt and Tuke, while also trying your hand at combat with Denahi, the hunter. In terms of gameplay, this is a simple enough 3D platformer, where you roam around the various levels, navigating tricky logs over rivers, fighting off enemies and so on. Brother Bear is certainly no classic, but where considered with the target audience in mind, it definitely delivers the goods. Like most Disney games, it looks the part, with some pretty nice 3D visuals that are colorful and vibrant and which do a great job of bringing the movie's characters and world to life. The platforming action itself is straightforward but thanks to some nice simple controls and a well implemented camera system, it all turns out to be enjoyable stuff. The story is charming too so on the whole, if you've got younger Disney fans in the house, this is a great way to keep them quiet.

It'll form the base for news updates, downloads and discussion boards, and will direct you to the all important central Game Centre. This is set to launch in the near future and will be the game's online hub, housing a worldwide ranking and league system, marketplace to buy in-game goods, and various community bits and pieces.

Disclosures: This game was obtained via paid digital download and reviewed on the PC. Approximately 80 hours of play was devoted to multiplayer modes, and there is no offline option available.

When the work is done, and it's time to unwind, consider visiting the Spoonbill Software site and downloading some games to play. If you are wondering where the site got its name, there is an explanation on the Frequently Asked Questions page. It's a sweet story, but I will let you read it for yourself.

Spoonbill Software provides a Blind Gamers area of its site that is dedicated to visually impaired gamers. All titles are free, and can be easily downloaded. These games are all playable on the Windows platform, and should work on any version of the Windows operating system. 041b061a72


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