Disney’s Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure reviews
World Showcase, Epcot
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Reviewed on Jul 14, 2013 by Fairybuzz (Sarah)
Better than Agent P! I like kim's style much better. And to me It makes more sense.
Reviewed on Dec 20, 2008 by marcriss
We just got back from Disney and had the opportunity to test Kim Possible. It's one of the greatest things they've ever done! This is SMART Disney. The clues are hidden so cleverly and seamlessly into the pavilions. We were able to test Mexico, China and Japan. We can't wait until it's fully operational.
"You can know WDI for a thousand years, and they can still manage to surprise you..."
Reviewed on Dec 19, 2008 by EpcotServo
Ok, so now that I've tested the Kim Possible World Showcase Adventure when it was just a crazy experiment from the talents at WDI Research and Development, to now in it's implemented final form during Stress Tests, I stand by what I've always said: You are in for a REAL TREAT. Not only is it a fantastic idea, but one of the most original attractions ever offered by Disney in recent years. Technologically amazing, Stories that are not only interesting but keep in the theme of World Showcase, and a overall fun time for everyone. The effects were all Grade A stuff, and unless you knew they were there, normal guests wouldn't know anything unusual is happening. Blending modern special effects into the old-world streets of the World Showcase Pavilions is quite a trick, and WDI delivers. Not to mention the astounding control systems that take you from Mission to Mission without coming into contact with other players. The entire time playing the game I never encountered another player, even though a good many people were playing. We've gone a LONG way from the "Sensor Maze" my friends. Now they REALLY know you're there. From effects-driven "events" hidden into the fabric of each country, to educational questions, it's got it all. Entertaining characters, engaging storylines, and a brand new way of thinking what a Disney Attraction can be, THIS is one of the ideas that really shows to me that Walt Disney Imagineering still has that bold ambition that no other park can hope to replicate. Years in the future I can still picture people like me having fun sneaking around the Mexico Pavilion, or triggering hidden devices in France. In summary, while others may be paying attention to "American Idol", you really don't want to pass by the unassuming wood-work carts and Cast Members with baggy cargo pants hidden in the corners between Pavilions. Because I guarantee you'll have the time of your life Saving the World. (Showcase)