My daughter, age 9, and I, age 29, loved this game. It follows the story of the movie pretty well. The controls for Eva were a little hard to get the handle of, but we were able to get the hang of it. The game was perfect in difficulty, where it was not impossible to defeat but posed a challenge to both of us. Other reviews have mentioned problems with the camera angles, and there were a few places where the camera didn't follow where it should have, but I don't think it's as big of a problem as it seems. The multiplayer levels were fun as well. We enjoyed this game so much we kept it!
I'm not a hard core gamer, But I grew up playing on every single system after the commodore 64. So I do love to play.
After watching the movie, I bought the game and me and the kids got started playing. The Wii controls take some getting used to, thats to be expected. Most younger kids will have issues trying to drive, and lock on target while blasting and jumping out of the way. But it does make it fun to learn!
Wall E was a blast to play, the levels were all challenging in the kids can do it, grown ups will probably say it was too easy kind of way. But even I had a blast overcoming the challenges of the game.
I think the Eve levels could have been better. They have you flying in timed missions versus letting you explore and conquer. So you wind up blasting thru it so quickly that you are now back to using Wall E.
The levels where u can use both characters were great, I have NO complaints about that.
Overall I would say, if you have kids older than 5 it would be a good game to have in the collection.