Parents' Guide to

Disneyland Adventures

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Despite mild fantasy violence, great tour of amusement park.

Game Windows , Xbox One 2017
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Community Reviews

age 6+

Based on 2 parent reviews

age 2+

Didney Landuh

age 10+

Truly an Underrated Game!

Disneyland Adventures allows you to play and interact with many of our favorite Disney characters. It brings back memories of my childhood and it feels very magical. This is a good glimpse of what it's like visiting Disney World for those who never been there before. It is completely family friendly, which I feel is very hard to come by a game that is appropriate for all ages, especially younger gamers. This is an underrated game that doesn't get the recognition it deserves.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models
Easy to play/use

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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This free-roaming experience mixed with 100+ quests tied to Disneyland attractions and films is fun, so kids will love the magic of a re-created Disneyland they can play on their TV. The characters look, act and sound like their real-life counterparts (or animated movie characters they're based on), and there are 18 iconic attractions to explore. It should be noted that there are also some virtual rides, including experiences tied to movies like Alice in Wonderland, Finding Nemo, and Peter Pan, as well as in-game attractions based on real-life rides including It's A Small World, the Haunted Mansion, and Splash Mountain.

While there's limited replayability in this game, there's the ability to collect Disney-themed items, rewards, and Xbox Achievements as you make your way through the park to discover locations and game experiences you might not be aware of at first glance. And using the controller is certainly more comfortable than the finicky Kinect controls in the Xbox 360 version from six years ago. If you've got a family member or friend beside you, there's also the split-screen cooperative play, which is great for young kids to explore the park together. It's drop-in, drop-out, too, so players can come and go. There isn't much to complain about with this remake, other than some long load times and occasional technical glitches, so fans of Disney parks and flicks will no doubt find this game a great casual title -- especially for younger players.

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