First thing I noticed - the game has no provision for subtitles/captioned speech. so I had to do a lot of guessing at what to do next. The game is relatively fun but rather lame. It's kind of like playing Donkey Kong or Mario Bros.
Overall I'd rate it a 6 but lack of subtitles makes the game suck for me, and for any other deaf person..
Graphics aren't bad, its smooth, and simple controls to learn.
posted by smmathison (Long Beach, CA) Apr 22, 2008
Member since Apr 2008
It seems that this game would be more appropriate for young children in the 6-10 age range, but my 15 year old, who plays many of the popular and complicated PS2 and PS3 games, found it to be too difficult. We thought it would be more fun, but having to spend hours to get through one part early in the game does not appeal to us. We want something that is fun and we can progress in, especially for the young players. This game was really a disappointment for the age range that it seemed to be made for.
This game is cute and has most if not all of the voices from the movie, but there are alot of complicated mini games and unless you have a guide or walkthrough I think this would be hard to follow. It has some gliches also. There are some spots when you are supposed to go talk to your brother or father and when you walk up to them it is supposed to go right into a tutorial, but it does not, you have to start over a couple of times to get it to work right. I also would not recomend playing this unless you have seen the movie because it does give a few things away.