- The Three Musketeers
- Tron Legacy
- Hunchback of Notre Dame
I haven't seen Fantasia in over fifteen years, because it's more like a classical music CD than it is a movie. I didn't see The Three Musketeers because it was a direct-to-video release, but I'm sure I can pretend it's The Prince and the Pauper and thereby enjoy it.
I didn't see Tron Legacy; I don't think it belongs with all the other animated Disney movies. I haven't seen Hunchback since I saw it in theaters in the 90's; it was okay, but Quasimodo was so ugly that it was hard for little Michael to support him as the main character. Plus, the gargoyle characters' role as comedic relief came off as a little forced. Maybe it could be an interesting game? I dunno, because 70% of the movie takes place in a bell tower, which does not sound like it easily translates into fun gameplay and exploration.
Pinocchio is my favorite movie on the list, because it's a really high-quality movie. I'm not sure which scenes from the movie will make it into the videogame, because...there aren't a lot of scenes. There's Gepetto's Cottage, the village streets, the amusement park and the ocean. That's mostly it...I guess they'll go with the village and the amusement park, which are larger areas.
All in all, I'm more hesitant to get this game. It doesn't seem like it involves exploring Disney worlds; I'd probably be better off getting the latest Disney Princess game for something like that. I hear the demo is free, so maybe I'll check out the demo before deciding whether or not to get the game.