Tons of characters, good graphics, huge park area to explore, lots of rides & attractions, great recognition. Only issue with this game is its repetitious nature. You can dance, hi-five, photograph, hug, & get autograph from each character who each has their own fetch half dozen of this or photograph a few pictures of that type quests. There are some unique variations in this formula but not many. The extra super fun bonus addition in the game comes by way of magic items such as a wand or buzz lightyears blaster or stinky Pete's fishing pole, etc. There's like 8 or 10 of these items that all have interactions in each part of the park to use them on. Such as shooting every light, lamp, or other highlighted items with blaster or taking pictures of all the hidden Mickey ear symbols or photo pass spots.even so detailed as to use magic wand on every trash can, manhole cover or quest collection items strewn about. Game can get tedious for completionists but its got plenty of fun rides to break up some of the monotony. Your kids will love it. Being from Florida our only experience is with Disney world, so its very cool to see this replication and interact with it to boot.
I thought this game was going to be really cool and was so excited to get it in the mail. But was greatly disappointed by how poor it was. It's hard to control and the different games are hard and sometimes don't work the way they should.I am greatly disappointed in this game. The game designers totally could have done better.
posted by ValaAislinn (WEST MILTON, OH) Jan 19, 2012
Member since Jan 2012
This is not the same game we played a demo of on the 360:/ The regular version was a lot more entertaining for my 7 yrs old grandson than the Kinect version. The Kinect version would be great for preschooler but not an older child who can handle more advanced games