Summary: Like many other games intended to cash in on current films, this has very little story and haphazard game play. It is very frustrating for children (and adults), as the play flows linearly with various challenges that must be overcome before moving on. One of the early ones is a dancing sequence where the player must match a predetermined series of beats. This is nearly impossible to do, and as best I can tell is only achieved through luck, and not any skill.
Summary: I was so excited to try the DS game, after trying the PIB game for the Xbox kinect. Same thing as all the others, i saw the good reviews and neglected to read they were for Xbox and Wii. The game for the DS has terrible graphics, coupled with boring rhythm games and 'flinging' games. Dull and repetitive, and no fun at all. I cannot believe this game costs 29.00 brand new.
Summary: I agree with Lauren's review 100% I just purchased this game for the DS and I am so disappointed I could cry. My son and I love Puss n Boots and were waiting for this game. I read the good reviews here before I purchased it but didn't notice the good reviews were for the Wii version. I just can't get over how terrible this game is.
Summary: Very Hard game in parts. My 9 year old and 4 1/2 year old both can play, but it is tough, and I don't mean just for them. I completed the game once, but it has locked up on me several times and I have had to restart from the beginning. Very Frustrating.
Summary: I was so excited when I saw this come out, and I was so happy when I got it for Christmas. There are loads of good reviews, but unfortunately I neglected to notice that the good reviews are for the Wii, not the DS. I don't know who made the DS version of the game but they should be absolutely ashamed of themselves. For one, it's a rhythm dance game that you tap the screen to play. No really, that's it. You tap the stupid screen.
Summary: I played it without the move control. Cute, with variety and fun. Short but plenty to do if you are trying to get the trophies. Balancing skill is necessary for some of the harder trophies. I couldn't master it. I found about the last 35% of the trophies to be too difficult. I thought that since it was a kid's game, modeled after a pretty good movie, that it would be doable for the very casual gamer that I am.
Summary: Puss in Boots isn't too easy or too difficult, it's just manageable. The graphics are decent, and my 7 year old brother has been able to complete the whole game on his own, so I'd say it's definitely worth getting for kids.