Bolt puts you in control of young secret agent Penny and her super-powered dog Bolt as they battle evildoers. While it's a neat idea to base the game around the fictional TV show rather than in-film events, Disney Interactive created a boring adventure that'll only appeal to kids. Its basic platform hopping and lame combat had us ready to snooze, since Penny can usually sneak up and knock everyone out with a single blow, while Bolt relies on simplistic combo moves. Nothing grabbed our attention for more than a few hours, aside from some weak mini-games. Disney should've given Bolt's right-hand hamster Rhino his own game instead of shoving this one through the doggy door.
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