Terrible game! In all honesty I dont even think it compares to the other kid games out there. It has a lot of unnessacary walking around in the begining just to get to a point where you can play the game. Then once you do play the game it isnt even fun! Driving the bee car around was pointless bc you cant run into things so you can never do better or worse. It does give you a chance to see how you are improving by running thru some purple light in the road but still no satisfaction gained. Like most "Kid" games there a little mini games. For this one you have to doge obstacles and if you fail it automatically makes you repeat it until you pass. Another mini game is like planko from the price is right. I wouldnt rent this game - go with anything else!
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Bee Movie Game is one of those cases when the movie is great, but the game is a giant piece of crud. The game has bugs, annoying controls, and the voice acting is good, but when you die and have to restart a level you were about to beat and a character says "What did I tell ya, kid! Next time listen to my directions more carefully!", it gets kind of frustrating. The controls don't receive the controls at all, like when you want to turn the voice acting off, the next time the Wii goes on, it's back in. Sometimes you need to shake the Wii remote, but it doesn't respond most of the time. The first time you play this game, you'll be saying how maybe it's satisfactory or something like that. But when you get to a certain point in the game, you'll probably trade it in. They aren't too specific about what you are supposed to do. When a down arrow appears on the screen, I pressed +Control Pad down. That didn't work, so I flicked the Wii remote down. Nothing. Finally, I figured out that it was the Nunchuk control stick, as everyone else finds out on their third try. If you are thinking about buying a Wii game, Stay far away from this and get Mario Kart instead. You'd save a lot of money. The Multiplayer minigames are totally messed up, so don't even think about playing them. Sometimes the soundtrack is catchy and it's fun looking around New Hive City for honey and mini-missions. But hey, do you really want to spend $30 on a soundtrack and mini-missions?