gamers (85%) found this review helpful
My 3 year old spends hours just tooling around, flipping the segments of the 'tumbler' sections, picking up and throwing blocks, shooting everything in sight on the EVE levels... and has a blast doing so.
This game is not meant for a hardcore gamer to have a deep and meaningful gaming experience. I have to assume the low ratings are from older players that beat it in a few hours and didn't rate it properly. A kid will take much longer to make it through this game.
Besides, in a day where all games are becoming shorter and shorter, you cannot expect a 20+ hour adventure out of a game that is based on a 90 minute kids movie. Metal Gear Solid doesn't even give us this anymore.
gamers (74%) found this review helpful
I got a copy of this today & I’m still playing it! For those who haven’t played it, it’s a really great game! Controls are very simple, it’s made for kids, I’m a bit older and I really am having a ton of fun with this game! Even for those who are skeptic, give it a try & you’ll see what I mean. Graphics are well made, simple, short, & innovative fun overall! Enjoy!
The regular game play is fun and starts out easy, but quickly degenerates into a button mashing fest. I had to use the cheat codes in order to see the later levels - because the environments were worth seeing, especially when the axiom tips sideways and wall-e must navigate the ship and avoid falling people.
The multi-player "tag" simulator is the best part; lots of fun with 3 or more young (5-7) children. Although there aren't close to enough levels to play on (boredom with the levels set in fast), and the character costume selection is buggy. All other multi-player modes are pretty dull.
All game play was buggy; menus freezing, missing and misplaced objects, and other glitches. This is my chief complaint.
I wouldn't spend 30-40 dollars on a copy, but it was worth a short rental for my children since they loved the movie so much.