Angie the Navy Wife/Mom "Angie the Navy Wife/Mom", Amazon
25 June 2011
Summary: The graphics are good, but the cooking game isn't so great. It takes a while to get the hang of it, and it quickly gets monotonous. The story mode is fun, but it really takes two people or three hands. You must operate the control keys (+) and the letter keys while moving the rat with the stylus simultaneously. Only buy this game if you think that that is no problem.
Summary: My 6 yr son loves this game, after seeing the movie he just had to have this game. He love cooking and playing the games with Remey. This keeps him entertained for hours. He had no problem figuring out how to play them all. He even showed me.
Summary: The game is a little monotonous and the cooking part is a bit difficult. The graphics are interesting and so is the way the movie is emptied into the game. It's somewhat fun but after a while it looses its spark.
Summary: The rating on this game is extremelly misleading. Most nintendo games are pretty good at giving an indication of how old you have to be to be able to play, but pixar don't seem to follow the same rules. The "3+" rating should be a 7+. This is the second Pixar game I have purchased that my child has suffered disappointment with (the other being Wall-e on the Wii, rated "U"). Sort it out Pixar!
Summary: I bought this game with my DS as onw of my friends has it and she said she loves it! I found it vey good as there is a wide variety of stuff that happens throughout the game! I found it was not too hard for me as my first game, but for people who are more experienced it is far too easy! Although i am now stuck at 87%(I think that there could be something wrong with the game as i am so lost!) As I am stuck my views on the game are getting worse and worse!