Bambi: The Fawn's Journey is an action-platform game based on Disney's 1942 film and it's 2006 midquel, both of the same name, that was published by Sierra Entertainment through Buena Vista Games and released on November 15th, 2005 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and Microsoft Windows. A PlayStation Portable version developed by Beenox was planned for release and was even shown off at E3 2005, but it was eventually cancelled due to technical issues with the PSP hardware. The music and score for the console version was composed by Randy Newman, one of Pixar's famous composers, whereas the handheld versions used digitalized music instead due to hardware limitations.
Ironically enough, even though the midquel did replace most of the original's voice actors with new ones, most of it's cast, save for Alexander Gould, Keith Ferguson, Andrea Bowen, Ariel Winter, Cree Summer, and Kath Soucie, were replaced.
- Alexander Gould - Young Bambi
- James Taylor - Adult Bambi
- Kayzie Rogers - Young Thumper
- Jeff Bennett - Adult Thumper
- Wendee Lee - Young Flower
- Cam Clarke - Adult Flower
- Grey DeLisle - Bambi's Mother, Bluebell
- Fred Tatasciore - The Great Prince, Mr. Bullfrog
- Andrea Bowen - Young Faline
- Cathy Cavadini - Adult Faline
- E.G. Daily - Young Ronno
- André Sogliuzzo - Adult Ronno
- Keith Ferguson - Friend Owl
- Kath Soucie - Mrs. Hare, Aunt Ena
- Rachael Lillis - Mrs. Possum, Thumper's Sisters (separate)
- Veronica Taylor - Thumper's Sisters (separate), Mrs. Quail, Geno
- Ariel Winter - Thumper's Sisters (seperate), Gurri
- Cree Summer - Mena
- Frank Welker - Various Forest Animals, Man's Dogs
- Michael Gough - Porcupine
- Kari Wahlgren - Miss Bunny
- Tara Strong - Jumper, Fluffy, Milly and Topsy (Thumper and Miss Bunny's bunnies), Bambi (Flower and Bluebell's son)
- Due to high sales, the PS2 and GameCube versions were both re-released in 2006 as part of the "Greatest Hits" and "Player's Choice" labels respectively.
- In addition, the Greatest Hits PS2 and Player's Choice GameCube versions both remove the Vivendi Universal Games logo from their cover art, due to it's name being changed to just Vivendi Games.
- The console version was the only time Pixar composer Randy Newman has not only scored the music for a Disney game, but also for any game as well.