Summary: I bought this product so i can play with my younger sister that isn't so keen on ps3 and it really met my demands! Surely a game all children would enjoy especially if they are also a fan of the movie.
Summary: I'm not too sure about all of the negative reviews cause everyone I know that's played Up had fun. True it's not a long game, and sometimes the sight-lines made you repeat the level. Hence the 4 star overall rating. But the graphics follow the movie, and everyone had a good time playing the game.
Summary: First off, I'm not an insane "gamer" that spends all his waking moments on his game box. I enjoy gaming, but I'm not 12, therefore it's not my life. ANYWAY... as you know, it's based on the game... loosely. There are scenes in the game that weren't in the film, but that's what happens when you base a game off a movie such as "Up." Not a problem. I bought it for my 9 year old and we play it together. That's why I bought it. Nice little bonding experience.
Summary: My husband just got a PS3 for christmas, and this is the closet thing I found to play with two players that wasn't an action or killing game. My husband and I enjoyed playing this game together, and did it as a routine every night for about 30 minutes. By the third or forth night we completed the game, and shocked me. I couldn't believe it was over already. Now we are having a hard time finding other games similar to this which are longer.
Summary: I bought this game for the PS3 because their aren't many good old fun kid's game like Mario from back in the day for the PS3. This one is as close as they come to that kind of Mario fun. I also bought this because it is these are the only types of games my wife likes to play. I like all genres but I mainly stick to FPS and some fighting i.e. Street fighter 4.
Summary: I bought this for my girl (6 years) and she loved it. It's fun and not violent. For PS3 is difficult to find a game like this. I recommended for little people who wants to play in a console made for other target.
Summary: I bought this game with the intent to be able to play together with my two sons aged 8 and 5 years old. It served its purpose well. Not too hard as a game (except the fight with the planes takes a bit of time to get used to and several tries). Got through the game in about a week (playing a bit on several days). Two people can play at once and whenever one of us failed, we took turns to see which two person team could get the job done.