Sure, this game is not for the serious console gamer, it's targeted at the 7 year old girl (plus or minus a year or so).
It plays much like the Enchanted Princesses Disney game, although this time you can control two characters (a la Lego games' toggling between the two). It's easy enough for the youngsters, yet challenging for the older youngsters. Voice acting is good, although there is some repetitiveness there and in the soundtrack.
There is a tad bit of violence, like characters sword fighting or banging a guard's head with a pan to knock him out for a bit.
Animation is solid for a Wii game. Not as crisp as I like it (PS3) but my 7 year old daughter is the gamer on this one.
Definitely a game to rent (at first) to see if your child (or inner child) stays interested.
posted by trex6504 (HAZLE TOWNSHIP, PA) Jun 21, 2012
Member since Jan 2011
I had recently played this game and was excited because i really enjoyed the movie and thought the game would be just as much fun. When I turned this game I knew the graphics would be good cause it was developed by disney and I was right the graphics were beatifully done. The gameplay controls were easy to use moving with the nunchuk, switching caracters with the z button and attack using the b button. The cut scenes were like watching the movie. The levels of this game were fairly easy but also frustrating because you had to keep switching between characters to complete the puzzle often losing your way. I would not recommend this game as nothing more than a rental if you are a fan of the movie. Disney needs to stick to making movies.