Summary: This game replays the movie Toy Story 3 with cutscenes as well as give insight to Andy's younger days. You play as Woody or Buzz and play the story. As Buzz you rescue toys from toddlers and invade Zerg's fortress and as Woody you escape from Sunnyside's daycare and play game's that remind him of Andy. the controls are easy to understand and in my experience it is impossible to lose. It's very easy to play. It is perfect for young children in the range of 5 to 7 years.
Summary: Was hoping for more with this game. Granted there is plenty to do but it did not hold the older kids (boys 8-10) interest for long. Then with more than one child playing it had to keep erasing out each others work which with most games they get upset about but with this one since it is so easy they said it was not a big deal to let their sister play it.
Summary: I got this game for my 8 year-old son, who enjoyed it for two days but hasn't played it since. The main "Story" part of the game follows the plot of the Toy Story 3 movie, and in each stage you have to help Woody jump, climb, walk around, etc. to complete a particular task. In one of the early levels, for example, you have to help Woody figure out how to get out of the garage by climbing and jumping on various objects until you reach the garage opener.
Summary: I thought this would be a great game for my niece. She was very excited and couldn't wait to try Toy Story 3. She loved it for the day that it lasted, but hasn't touched it since she finished it that day. The graphics were ok for a DS game, but nothing out of this world. In the end I don't know that a days worth of play justifies a $30 price tag when you can go out and buy a Mario game that will last much longer.
Summary: Boy, it seems we are much harder to please as a civilized society lately. Everyone's expectations are thru the roof. But this how things get even better and evolve into not just good games but great ones. This is a good game with a decent amount of creativity and work put into creating it. It is fun to play. It is also short. It's kind of like Lego's. You get to build something cool and after your done building it you really don't want to play with it anymore.
Summary: This game was bought for my 5 year old son for a birthday gift. Granted he is not a huge Toy Story fan, but he has seen all the movies, and was familiar with the characters. He enjoyed playing this game for the better part of 3 days, and now it has sat in the case waiting to be traded in.