Summary: Toy Story 3 is definitely one of my favorites that Pixar has pulled out for theaters. While the console versions of the video game have managed to fare just fine as well, the handheld versions have had, appropriately enough, less attention.
Summary: My 9 yr. old daughter conquered this game in 2 days. I was disappointed for a $40.00 game to be so easy to play. My daughter suggests this game for 4-7 yrs of age. We have the Wii Toy Story 3 and it is alot of fun for all ages.
Story mode is too short and a poor value for young players
Jared Castle "Oregon writer", Amazon
23 August 2010
Summary: My sons (ages 7 & 6) finished this game in a single afternoon. Worse yet, they showed no interest in replaying it, making Toy Story 3 my most expensive DS purchase. A good game can last weeks, even months with repeated play.
Summary: My son is 6 and beat this game in a matter of hours. He still goes in and plays the mini games and sometimes goes back through the real game, but it is too easy. I would still recommend this game to others just because it is cute and fun at first. Especially for a beginner learning to play games.
Summary: Received promptly, but packaging looks a bit DIY. Looks like someone has wrapped the box in poor quality cellophane themselves. Was expecting the real thing. My 5 year old is yet to open it so not sure what the quality of the product is but does not look like it has come direct out of the factory...
Summary: I was disappointed with this Nintendo game. It was bought for my 3 year old who loves his Fireman Sam and Thomas games. It offers very few games and requires adult skills to play the few that are there. Age 6/7 and up at least.
Summary: I bought it for my 4 year old daughter, but i think it would suit better an older child - maybe 6??? There is some writting that my daughter cant read at age of 4 and the game overall is suitable for older child.