9 June 2018 | crosswalkx
Hannah Montana video game is tedious and the worst Bottle Toss mini game
I have played Hannah Montana: The Movie on the Nintendo Wii and I didn't enjoy it and I was very frustrated at times, I'll tell you why. You go on Stage tours performing country pop songs from the Disney Channel movie and TV show Hannah Montana, you walk around town performing errands, at the farmers market, on the farm, at the country fair, at the college. It's sort of like Kings Quest video games where you have to fetch items in order to move on.
Good Gameplay parts
The CGI Motion Capture for Miley Cyrus, her friends and family was amazing, the scenery was highly detailed and the animals at the farm and at the zoo looked very realistic very impressed with the animation. The music's okay.
Bad Gameplay parts
Miley Cyrus walks slow all the time. Seriously, can't you give her the option to run around when she is performing errands on the farm, in town, at school and at the fair? It's a chore and a pain in the butt just to get her to places.
The pop country concert motion controls are challenging at times to pose with the wii controls, play guitar, play drums but luckily you can still move on in the game. I personally do not like modern pop music very much but that's just my opinion. I'd rather listen to Jazz music or classic rock music.
Most of the clothes and jewelry you buy for Hannah Montana doesn't do anything or help with the game so why bother buying it for the tour bus.
The 4 mini games are horrible, although the horse riding mini game isn't too bad, but the 3 games at the carnival are brutal and ridiculously super hard. The lily frog jump on lilies is hard to pull off and you often miss, the horse race game can be hard to beat if you don't win 3 times.
But the most difficult one of them all is bottle toss, it's hard to even aim your Wii control to hold A button and then swing and I often miss the bottles it's even hard to beat 3 out of 10 rounds twice. If you lose the game loads the player back out of the game then you have to load it back to play bottle toss. Seriously, the Disney Interactive team should be ashamed of themselves for forcing the player to play those difficult mini games near the end of the game for a preteen kids game they should've made them easier to beat.
If anything, players would be better off watch a DVD of Hannah Montana: The Movie, but then again, I'm not really a big fan of her country pop music.