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Gameplay 7.0
Graphics 7.0
Sound 7.0
Value 7.0
Distributor: Sony
Classification:
G8+
Review Date:
September 2005
Reviewer:
Tory Favro

7.0

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Brave: The Search for the Spirit Dancer

Brave is a neat look for the PS2 which could sometimes be mistakenly thought of as being on itís last legs. This game tells the story of a young Native American Indian by the name of Brave who is on a quest to save his village when a Wendigo tears it apart. 

There is a Shaman who can help the young boy become a man and at the same time save the village for a certain doom. He is the Spirit Dancer. Brave must find him at all costs and thus your journey begins in earnest. 

Brave is a neat title. The title character is more than capable of a number of nifty moves that you would not give credit for on first look. He can traverse his gameworld with a certain amount of ease that will see most punters more than happy to assist him in his adventures. 

There is a neat move in this game and itís that Brave develops abilities as he goes along the game. He can mimic animals and take on their key attributes which makes for some really nice scenarios. This is probably the stand out  

Graphically, Brave is a conundrum. There are many things going for the game and yet there are enough against that I had to slap the score a little bit. The graphic style is pretty conventional, in fact nothing to comment on but there is some nice use of colour that enhances the gameplay experience. 

Audio is nothing special on this one. The voice of Brave is well done  but the rest of the game is a hodgepodge that really does not do the game any good. The entire title doesnít make for a must have gameplay experience, but it is a pleasant diversion all the same that your younger kids are going to love and the rest of us wonít complain about too much either. 

Give it a rent and if you like it, then lash out and buy it.






 
 



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