Summary: My 8 year old enjoyed the game, but she beat it in three days. She says it needs harder challenges and more levels. My advice: wait a couple months for the price to come down or buy a used copy.
Summary: For a 3yo who recently got a DS with multiple titles, P&F is the least played. He'd rather play his PS3 (Ratchet & Clank series, Uncharted, Sonic's Genesis Collection). DS titles he has to be told to turn off- Mario Cart, Sonic colors, Zelda Spirit Tracks, and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's inside story.
Summary: Everyone in the family loves the show, so we had high expectations for the game. Unfortunately, it did not meet them. The cleverness of the television program was replaced with a simple platformer. My son never plays it.
Summary: My 8 year old was excited to get this for his birthday and be able to build gadgets and such like the tv show. BUT he got blocked on the first level because he did not have a microphone for his ds..
Summary: My 8 year old daughter loves video games and loves Phineas and Ferb. I figured this game was a sure fire hit. Maybe she is a little young (although she IS the target audience of the show itself), but she played the game for maybe 20 minutes the day she received it, and has not gone back to try it...
Summary: They essentially took the first one and threw in some platformers. The reason why I really liked the first one was because it didn't take much coordination to play, but when this one got to the first Perry vs.