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Brave Walkthrough – Part 1 The Adventure Begins with Tara! Let’s Play

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Brave Walkthrough - Part 1 The Adventure Begins with Tara! Let's Play

Brave: The Video Game - 360/PS3 Trailer

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  1. I remember years ago I watched this when it first came out and watched every part! And it sent me to a channel that inspired me to do YouTube! this was one of my fav walkthroughs/letsplay thing but seriously when I watched this Originaly far back I loved it

  2. Guys, i beat this game like in 2 or 3 days and i played it like 4 times. It never gets boring to me!

  3. I can deal with treating a "walkthrough" like a "Let's Play" and jabbering through it.  I can go with that.  I can even go with playing a game based on a movie you haven't seen and thus being confused by critical plot points.

    But what I don't understand is why make a "walkthrough" if you've never played the game before and, worse, don't know what the heck you're doing.  That's not a walkthrough, that's a pair of twits faffing about.

  4. You guys need to learn to do a walk through w/out talking, it's really annoying & takes away from the point of a game walk though

  5. despite what you might think, this game is actually really strong, especially at the prices you can pick it up for today, its has fully integrated co op and some really solid level design, I'd say get the wii version because at least the graphics don't feel as bad on that platform, but all versions are almost identical. The gameplay is solid and stays varied enough to keep you invested and the environments are fun and some are even pretty to look at. Overall a pretty good game for 5-10 bucks.

  6. Son muy flojos y holgazanes los encargados de las graficas del juego, tienen los suficientes recursos para que parezcan iguales a los personajes de la pelicula 77

  7. Not bad. And Avalanche Studios have shown with Toy Story 3 and Cars 2 that they are capable of bucking the trend when it comes to movie-based games. Consider me optimistic. Also, glad to see the PS3 version has Move support.

    Also (again), am I the only one who thinks it strange that the Wii and DS versions of the game have their own trailers, but those platforms are still listed at the end of this trailer?

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