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Wow, eh? It's nothing if not brief, but what it doesn't tell you about the game, we'll fill in for you here. Brave: The Video Game picks up where the film left off, with a storyline that works as a companion piece, so you likely won't spoil too much for yourself if you play the game before the film. Playable either in single player, or in two-player co-operative, the game is a 3D platformer along the same lines as the incredibly popular LEGO games - with enemies to defeat with your trusty bow and arrow, coins to collect, and rudimentary puzzles to solve, it certainly ticks all the film tie-in boxes, as you set out to explore what the press release describes as "mythical Scotland" as the lovely Princess Merida. We don't know if anyone else has noticed, though, but contrary to what the press release seems to think, *whispers* Scotland's a real place. We should know. We've been there.
With ginger hair, haggis, and kilts abound, Brave: The Video Game is out now across PS3, 360, DS, Wii and PC. Check back soon for our full review!