Summary: Didn't like it . Its hard to understand how to play . I figured it would play like the computer or ps2 game and it dont . The boss battles are very hard to pass even on easy . My 14 year old daughter has trouble understanding how to play it .
Summary: My son loved this game at first, for about 4 hours, then a time or two of playing to make it seem like he was interested in it for my sake, then nothing. He never had any interest to play it beyond a day or so. Not sure if he got to a point he couldn't pass or what, but I was expecting the interest factor to last much longer than a day.
Summary: I bought this game used and would agree with other reviewers that if you're interested in playing it, buy it used or rent it. Getting through the actual game play started out easy and got challenging quickly! It was hard enough to hold my attention, and just short of so hard I gave up. It seems like it would be a great game for advanced players who want something new for a road trip or plane trip. It doesn't have enough levels to entertain you much longer than that.
Summary: My eight-year old got this as a Christmas present. It's a little challenging, but that's what he likes. You have to use the stylus when fighting some of the opponents, which is new to me. Takes a little more coordination. I would recommend this product.
Summary: I'm an adult player and loving this game! For me it's just easy enough to make progress without feeling bogged down or too stupid to win. It's also just hard enough to make you think a bit - dead ends, certain actions that must be completed in a specific order before a path or doorway will open up so you can move on. I really like that the graphics are well done on the DS and it's a visually attractive set up. Glad I bought this one!