Summary: Very short and kind of boring. Game doesn't move very smoothly either. Seems kind of thrown together, like it was just a sidekick to the movie. Graphics are unimpressive. Finished it in about three hours.
Summary: I'll spare you with the usual "games based on movies usually suck" intro that most people do for things like this. Truth be told, I downloaded the demo for Up when I first got my ps3 a few months ago, thinking it'd be something fun to play with my daughter since she loves the movie, and since you...
Summary: I bought this game primarily to play with my kids. I found myself playing it just as much as them but was disappointed in the short game play time. I have a 6 and 8 year old who beat the entire game in under 10 hours of gameplay. Not worth $30 maybe $25.
Summary: After playing the demo, the kids (7 and 9) "had to have this game". The graphics are good and the game is fun, but they lost interest in it after playing only a handfull of levels. Also, I had to help them get past the first flying level or they never would have gotten to the real game!
Summary: My kids chose this game themselves after watching the film, they have played it a few times but its never really gripped them, it is a platform type game and you can do 2 player co-op which is always good but nothing fantastic about the game.
Summary: This game is relatively fun, but only for a short period. Overall I enjoyed the game, but I finished it in less than seven hours (including finding all hidden items and completing every optional component).