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Scene It?: Disney Edition
deluxe 1st edition
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Now available in a distinctive game tin, Scene It? Deluxe Disney Edition offers more clips and characters from your favorite Disney and Pixar movies, more trivia questions and more on-screen challenges than ever before. A true family game, Scene It? Deluxe Disney Edition comes with separate trivia cards for adults and kids and a second game disc, featuring a unique Party Play setting, voiced by Christy Carlson Romano (Kim Possible, Even Stevens), who reads the questions and answers aloud for younger players to enjoy on their own.
Players: 2 or more
Ages: 6 and up
Weight: 1,464 grams
In order to play Scene It?: Disney Edition, you will have to provide a TV, DVD player, and remote
Language Requirements: Game components are printed in English. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. This is a domestic item.
- 1 Game DVD
- 1 Bonus DVD
- 1 Game Board
- 6 Collectible Metal Tokens
- 200 Trivia Cards
- 30 Buzz Cards
- 4 Category Reference Cards
- 1 Six-Sided Numbered Die
- 1 Eight-Sided Category Die
- Instruction Sheet
- Over a thousand Disney scenes, stars, images and trivia challenges
Average Rating: 3 in 1 review
- The idea of DVD gaming is great. Watching the clips is fun.
- There are too many questions you read off of cards to keep this game as fresh and fun as the original Scene It Movie Edition felt. This is why this game loses a star from that review.
- They should have combined the Junior Scene It with the Disney edition as they both cater to the same audience, but feel like they need each other to be complete.
I am a big fan of Disney and Pixar movies. This is why I like this game more than the Junior version. My friends also seem to enjoy this version more. So Disney gains back the star that Junior lost. Continuing my hamburger analogy: If Disney is the meat of the burger, it may not be complete without the bun and toppings, but it will still taste pretty good.
Now to get back to the reason for the title of this review. I realize that copyrights are touchy things and Disney is very protective of what they own, but this is ridiculous. Every single question or answer that mentions a movie title (on the cards or the DVD) proceeds that title with the word "Disney's" or "Disney/Pixar's". Isn't it enough to call it Disney Edition on the box? Do they really need to say "Disney/Pixar's Toy Story" every time? It gets downright hilarious after awhile.