Summary: Got it for my 5-1/2 year old son. He likes it a lot, but has trouble with some of the controls and seems to be stuck perpetually on level 1. Also, does not have 1080p High Def output but still looks great on the screen.
Summary: This game is intended for either younger kids or casual gamers. For that audience I think it is a fun game. The graphic quality is 720p. It is not as good looking as most other PS3 games, but it is a level above the PS2 or Wii versions. I have played those versions as well by renting them.
Summary: Our 9 year old son must be enjoying this game as he would be on it constantly if we allowed him to be. My main reason for writing this review is to let others know that initially we could not hear the rats speaking and this was down to having the PS3 connected up to a surround sound amp.
Summary: I really liked the game. It allows you to learn everything you need before leaving the comfort of your backyard. But the downside is; I can't find a way through the alley. I try jumping from the car to the sticks in the bucket, but never land on them.
Summary: A great game with the cutest rat ever - if you have a surround sound system with optical input like me, be warned! You will have no voices, you have to change your settings on the PS3 to HDMI output on the telly and then it works perfect - just a little snag THQ forgot to mention ;o)
Summary: I bought this Game for my girlfriend who enjoyed the film very much. The initial outlook was good, but we soon found a few things that made us a little annoyed. The first thing that struck us was there was no option to save the game when you wanted, and you were forced to play for a large amount of...