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Video Game News: Disney Announces ‘Brave: The Video Game’

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CHICAGO – If you are excited for the upcoming Disney-Pixar film “Brave,” you may be interested to know that Disney Interactive Media Group announced today that a game is in production based on the upcoming movie. The game will be released on PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, Nintendo DS, and Windows PC/MAC.

A third person game that expands the story of “Brave” beyond what is in the film, players will be able to battle their way through Scotland as Merida, the heroine of the film. Players will also have the opportunity to play as other characters from the film. The gamer will be able to wield a sword or bow and arrow, fight back against magical curses, and attempt to save Merida’s kingdom.

“Brave” the film is set to release on June 22, and the game is set to release in conjunction with the film. I would speculate the release date to be either June 19 or June 26. If you are excited about “Brave,” or maybe you have kids excited about it as well, make sure to keep an eye out for “Brave: the Video Game” so you can take part in all the action from the feature film.

HollywoodChicago.com staff writer Tim Martens

By TIM MARTENS
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HollywoodChicago.com
tim@hollywoodchicago.com

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