[Quick Game Review] Temple Run: Brave is Well Worth a Dollar in My Book
For those of you curious as to whether or not Temple Run: Brave is any good, I’m here to set the record straight. First of all, if you didn’t like the original version, you may want to save yourself the time of reading this and watching the video because there isn’t a whole lot of difference here. If you are a fan Temple Run, you’re definitely going to like the new version.
This time around, Disney Pixar and Imangi Studios team up to promote the new movie, “Brave”. The game is set in the wilds of Scotland and the main character is the protagonist from the movie, named Merida. Rather than fleeing from a pack of wild monkeys, you’ll be doing your best to avoid Mordu, the demon bear and antagonist.
Temple Run: Brave does boast one new feature, which is actually a pretty challenging one. Say hello to archery. As you run through the course, targets fly at you, and you have to tap them to shoot an arrow in their direction. Luckily, it doesn’t take any aiming because the damn things come so fast it’s kinda difficult to hit them if you aren’t on point.
Otherwise, there isn’t a whole lot new here. The graphics are sweet and the game runs very smoothly on my Galaxy S III. In the spirit of keeping this review short and sweet, I’ll leave you with a quick look at the game, followed by my final two cents.
Temple Run: Brave is a dollar well-spent. There aren’t any noteable negatives here, so don’t feel bad about buying it.