Aussie Bargain Roundup: Disney Tsum Tsum Festival

by Daniel VuckovicNovember 5, 2019

We’re not sure why Disney Tsum Tsum Festival commands a $90 price tag, we’re going to guess it’s because of something that rhymes with fizz knee. But whatever the reason is you’re here so you don’t have to pay that $90.

The absolute best price at the moment is Amazon and Gamesmen, and if you’ve got Prime you can save another $5 on the top of that. We played Disney Tsum Tsum Festival at PAX Aus this year as well as at E3 2019, and it seemed like fun – but $90 of fun? We’re not quite sure.

Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is out on Friday the 8th of November.

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  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival – $78.00 ($73 with Prime) – Link
    • Additional $5.00 off for Prime Members

Big W

  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival – $TBC

EB Games

  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival – $89.95Link


  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival – $79.95 Link


  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival – $78 Link

JB Hi-Fi

  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival – $89 Link


  • Disney Tsum Tsum Festival – $74.49Link


  • $TBC

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  • Silly G
    November 5, 2019 at 10:21 am

    Considering that Disney saw fit to charge $60 for ROM dumps from two movie tie-ins (and the ROMs aren’t a complete collection either), $90 for a brand-new game seems fairly priced in comparison.

    In any case, this looks like a budget game at best. Perhaps Disney have overestimated the value/appeal of this game, which may result in it selling below expectations, and become bargain-bin fodder in the weeks before Christmas.

    The conspicuous PG rating for “Mild gambling themes” may also put off conscientious parents from buying this for their toddlers, and I’m a little surprised that Disney hadn’t forked over the goods to challenge the decision, as pretty much all other jurisdictions seem to have given the game an equivalent of a G rating.

  • Mystique
    November 5, 2019 at 4:12 pm

    This is a game that desperately needs an eshop demo (Sorry, I haven’t checked). There has been little info on this since its announcement which doesn’t really fill me with confidence.
    Oct/nov has seen so many new fabulous releases so far and we are yet to reach the last run of the year so keep that in mind before you spend any of your money. I may check this out but will have to wait to see what bigw and target have to offer in regards to price. I can’t say for sure that target will get this as I have not seen any information on the system. Its strange because you would imagine this would be an ideal game for a store such as target. I know tsum tsum’s was something target invested in and did well for them but that was prior to their rebranding and they aren’t interested in the digital sector anymore.

    At this point I’d suggest waiting for a review for this game. I’d be more comfortable purchasing this game at $45 – $59 range, anything above is a bit too rich for my blood.

    • Adam
      November 6, 2019 at 1:21 pm

      I played it at PAX Australia last month; tbh it was pretty awful.

      • Mystique
        November 8, 2019 at 12:00 am

        Thanks for the input Adam!
        This strikes me as one of those games you wouldn’t want people to trial first before release just to capture as many sales as possible. 😀 haha
        Oh well, I may check it out when it drops as something to play with my nephews.

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