1) A main hive area that my kids enjoyed running around, driving cars and changing Barrys clothes.
2) Minigames (think Frogger, Space Invaders, etc) that were too hard for my kids to enjoy.
3) Story mode Chapters that were also too hard for the kids (button sequence, button mash and left, right, up or down on the control stick) that are fairly forgiving, but very repetitive if you miss a button. This mode unlocks more minigames and story chapters.
So overal this is a kids game if you don't mind playing most of the levels for them. If however you are playing this game for the achievements expect pain! There is a nasty glitch that if it happens to you (and it happens a lot from reading the forums) you will be out of 250 gamer points unless you replay the whole game all over again.
While I'll admit that I was bored after about an hour, my kids enjoyed it a great deal. The open world (sandbox) aspect of the hive is a very cool feature for a kids game.
It was an interesting game for sure but the need to do some repetitive tasks to progress to the next chapter kinda killed it for me. I was relieved when I finally beat the game :) The story stuff is fun.. its the filler thst gets old.
Bottom Line: If you have kids 10 and under they'll get a kick out of it.. anyone older may get bored quick.