A while back, I posted a Toy Story Video Games topic on Pixar Planet, another Pixar forum site, and people seemed to like it. So, I decided to post it here. I'm splitting this into two posts or otherwise it'd be a massive wall of text lol

Toy Story for the SNES, Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and PC:This game was made sometime a little after the movie came out. I have the SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) version. This game is really fun and is actually really hard, too. It follows the movie very well actually and has pretty much every part from the movie. I've only made it up to Sid's Workbench without the invulnerability trick. I also LOVE the music in this game. Overall, I'd give it 4.5 out of 5 sheriff badges.

Toy Story Activity Center for the PC: Again, like the last game, it was released sometime after the first film came out. Now, I played this game ALL the time when I was like 5. You could go to Andy's room and play a card game with Hamm, do marble art with Rex, or play a game with Slinky where you had to get either 5 soldiers or Tykes in a row to win. The Slinky one was my favorite. You could also go to Pizza Planet and play a pipe game in the claw machine, watch movie clips, and play a memory-type game with the Alien Slime aliens. Finally, you could go to Sid's house. You could make your own mutant toys, which was one of my favorite activities, make sound patterns with Sid's boombox, and do a puzzle game to help Buzz escape a trap. I absolutely loved this game as a kid and I would give it 5 out of 5 sheriff badges.

Toy Story Animated Storybook for the PC Like the last two games, this was released sometime after the first film came out. Basically, this was a storybook version of the movie on the computer and it was fun. You could click on the characters and they do different things and there were some minigame type things where you had to do certain things like put Andy's toys back into place or win certain aliens from the claw. This mostly follows the movie except instead of Buzz and woody failing to get onto the ramp, they git on the ramp and made it into the moving van. Overall, I'd give this 4 out of 5 sheriff badges.

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Toy Story 2:Buzz Lightyear To The Rescue! for the Playstation, N64, Dreamcast, Game Boy Color, and PC This game was released sometime after Toy Story 2 came out. This game was a 3-D platformer, unlike the game for the first one. Anyways, this was one of my favorite games as a kid. Basically, you played as Buzz and you had to, well, come to Woody's rescue, doing tasks to get Pizza Planet Tokens as you do so. There were 15 levels in this game and you went through all the scenes from the movies. This film doesn't follow the film perfectly well (heck,half the levels aren't even from the film!), but it has cutscenes straight from the film. I LOVE the music in this game as well! Some of the boss level tracks are my favorites. This game has a lot of replay value too, because you have to find Mr. Potato Head's parts in some levels to unlock special powerups for Buzz that are in later levels. Overall, I'd give this game 4.5 out of 5 sheriff badges. 

Toy Story 2 Activity Center for the PC This game was released around the time when TS2 came out (Man, I'm starting to sound like a broken record and like the one for the first film, there were many activities to do. There was a game where you had to cross the road without getting hit, a game where you battled Zurgbots on the shelves of Al's Toy Barn, a game with Bullseye and Woody similar to Slinky's game in the original, a game where you had to find Woody in the case, and the print studio where you could make your own scenes and print them. There was a separate TS2 print center but I don't own it. Overall, I'd give this game 3.5 out of 5 sheriff badges. 

Toy Story Racer for the Playstation and Game Boy Color This game was released in 2001 and was actually quite different. Basically, this was kind of like Mario Kart except you had to do certain challenges to unlock new characters. There were many different types of racing challenges like normal racing cups, battle modes where you had to smash the other toys without getting hit, collect-a-thons where you had to collect things are smash dart boards, and a tag mode where you had to tag the other toys. You start off playing as Buzz, Woody, RC, and Bo Peep, each in their own special karts, and can unlock and play as Rex, Hamm, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky, Lenny, Rocky, Babyface, and the Little Green Man. There are many familiar locations from the film, like Andy's house, Sid's house, Pizza Planet, and even the gas station, as well as few new locations, like a mall and movie theater with of the climax scene from Toy Story playing on the screen. Oddly enough, there's only content from the first Toy Story in this, which makes me think this game was worked on before and nearly finished before Toy Story 2 . There was also a two-player mode, which my brother and I played a lot. Overall, I'd give this 4.5 out of 5 sheriff badges.

Toy Story 3: The Video Game for the PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, DS, and PSP (which was later ported to the PS2) Last one! This game was released on June 15th, 2010, 3 days before the film came out. This game follows the movie really well and you take control of Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and even the Army Men in this game. One thing I love about this game is the Toy Box mode or as it's called, Woody's Roundup. This was the inspiration for Disney Infinity and I love that game. Basically, in Woody's Roundup, you have to help friends and in return for helping them, you get different things for customization. You can customize buildings and also buy buildings and toys, like Zurg's fortress and a sports car. Speaking of Zurg, in the PS3 you can play as Zurg in the Toy Box. Overall, I'd give this game 4.5 sheriff badges out of 5.
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Jason Noah Patrick
I agree with you on everything about the video games based on the first Toy Story! Loved them all! I also loved the music from the SNES game! So much so that I ripped the music myself and have it on my iPod! [tongue]
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