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This generation has spawned some surprisingly decent games based on family films. The Lego games are the best examples, but Toy Story 3 and Rango both prove that a kid-oriented game can be more than a quick profit. These games hearken back to the 16-bit era, when some of the best games came from Disney movies. Those were better times for licensed games, and Rio is evidence--a game that's... Read Review

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