Summary: I rate it a nine based on what its taget audience is, and its affordable price. This game aims for the adult casual gamer and the under 10 year old groups. For the casual crowd this game is a quick play with very little load time to start or between levels.
Summary: This magazines that review games, should review their methods of reviewing games. This type of games are not supposed to compete with blockbuster games like Halo 3 or MGS. And you know what? Small children like to play too. They are the reason why video games exist in the first place.
Summary: In my opinion, the only problem with this game is that it's on the wrong console... this game belongs on the Wii. It's a fun and easy to play, but challenging enough in the harder levels to be fun for more serious gamers. But as I said... it's just on the wrong system.
Summary: The first hour I was afraid I found my self agreeing with the reviews. The second hour I found this to be a surprisingly fun title with graphics that do not include ripping someone's head off. As far as the PS3 hate from the mainstream reviewers; I don't know where it comes from.
Summary: What's with all the hate? While I'm no die hard Rub-A-Dub player, my sister bought this game and it can be wildly entertaining. IGN criticized on the SIXAXIS controls as being frustrating and nearly impossible. I disagree, tilting the tub with the controller feels natural and responsive.
Summary: I don't know what kind of chip these so-called "professional" reviewers have on their shoulders, but it seems like all they do is complain about the most insignificant things with every nex-gen title that is released.
Summary: Great game, with pletny of addictive style. First couple of games will make you curse the sixaxis, however a few more tries and you'll see just how sweet and responsive the controls really are.