Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved is a motion/rhythm game where players make various motions with their arms in time to music.
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Story & Themes
In the game, you are the latest apprentice of the master sorcerer Yen Sid. After earning the stars and moon for the iconic conical hat in a quick tutorial, you team up with Scout, another apprentice, to fight “the noise.” This discordant force is wreaking havoc on the environments in the world, and you can only stop it by unlocking composition spells, which you collect by playing through specific songs. The story really only serves as an extended tutorial, teaching you all the different aspects of the gameplay.
In both the campaign and song library mode, the game saves at the end of each song.
At first, the gameplay can feel complicated and strange, but after you get the hang of it, it's much easier. In addition each individual song has its own difficulty, so you can select songs that are easier or harder to play, based your preference.
Strong Language Rather than having outright objectionable language, there is some language in the lyrics to the songs in the game. The game includes songs like Bohemian Rhapsody, which includes lyrics that reference violence, and some others like Royals that make references to alcohol and tobacco usage.
Consumerism Additional songs can be purchased to expand your song library.
- Which is your favorite song to play and why?
- How much is this game like the Fantasia movie?
- Which environment in the game is your favorite to explore?