Summary: My son had the PS2 version of Ratatouille which we bought at Best Buy. So I know how the game is supposed to feel, sound, operate, etc. I recently purchased a PS3 for my son and he absolutely loves Ratatouille, so I decided to purchase an upgraded version of Ratatouille as well. Since I could not find the PS3 version at local retailers, I decided to purchase it online. The purchasing process was fine ....shipping, time phrame, etc.
Summary: I have spent several hours on this game. The hugest defect is you cannot save the game when you want. I am stuck on level 1 ("training!"). After having collected about 20 amulets, a message says "now go find your brother Emile". No way I could find that rat. And all the times I want to try, I have to start everything from the beginning. And I am forced to watch again all the instructions videos, as you cannot skip those! Unbelievable.
Summary: We bought it thinking it'd be cute for the kids. Well, it is cute. At first. Then you realize that some rule-loving capo must've designed it. It's a maddening game. You get hardly any direction at all, which would be cool if you didn't get stuck. And remain stuck because you have no idea what the next step is. The kids like the mini games but the actual adventure? Such as looking for all the charms in a scene? Drove them crazy. They ended up abandoning the game.
Summary: Bueno, antes de nada: si tienes mas de 8 años y quieres el juego para tu uso, ni te plantees la compra, es un juego para pequeños. El juego es ideal para los niños de 5 años, ¡les encanta manejar a su heroe de Ratatoille!, tiene unos graficos y jugabilidad aceptables para lo que es, aunque tiene muy pocas pantallas, pero eso a ellos no les importa ;) Asi que resumiendo: Si el juego es para tu hijo pequeño, o para tu primito, ideal, porque se lo pasarán bien y es...
Pros: Divertido para los niños pequeños
Cons: Es caro, corto, soso, y hay miles de juegos mejores que este . . .