This game is just an average platformer that tries to cash in on the TV show's success. But the game play is stale; there was some fun in blasting enemies with Odd's laser arrows, but it didn't last very long. Also, the fixed camera was a problem, especially when I was backtracking. It also made jumping harder than it should be. But the worst part of the game was the in between mission chit chat with the other characters in the Lyoko universe. The voice acting was great, but the school scenes had nothing to do with the rest of the game. I just wanted to get back to the factory and to the next level.
I liked the way the game had a first-person view in the "real world" it made the game feel more like the tv show. However, as soon as I got into Lyoko I became very frustrated. The camera follows your character at an odd angle which wouldn't be a problem except that it often swings around to another odd angle at a crucial moment (like, for example, when you're walking on the edge of a cliff or about to attack some enemies). The camera also made it very easy for me to get ambushed from behind because I couldn't really see behind my character. The camera angle also made it hard to attack from a distance while dodging my opponents' attacks. I know that I fell off several cliffs due to the camera.
Another problem I had with this game is that, since I don't really follow the tv show (although I have seen enough earlier episodes to have an idea of who the characters are), I felt somewhat like an outsider being thrown into the middle of the on-going story.
I did like the Wii controls, and I preferred this Code Lyoko game far more than the DS one. If I wasn't so bothered by the camera angle I would definitely have rated this game higher.