Summary: TIP : Buy these franchises a year behind their release. Ive just moved my son into the skylanders swapforce from giants and it has worked out amazingly for us but I know its not the case for many people who have this game.
Summary: The game play is simple enough for a 6 year old but is not horribly tedious for an adult to join in. The solo mission is shorter than I thought it would be. Then you're stuck just putzing around with various side games.
Summary: My 6 year old fell in love with this game. We now have about 50 skylanders and all the games. SWAP force is clearly the best game as far as graphics and production although I liked the sky stones in Giants which are unfortunately absent here.
Summary: I have 2 boys 4 & 8 years old and they loved it, but be prepared to buy more characters if you want them to enjoy the game. The base comes with USB cable so you don’t have to worry about rechargeable batters
Summary: Probably the only thing I didn't like was that even on hard mode it was still pretty easy. Though this is a kids game (which I realize why hard mode is easy) it was still a lot of fun and kept me playing!
Summary: I'd recommend this starter pack not only to parents, but also to kids of all ages. As an adult (with a healthy inner child!) I'd have to say that not only is the game fun to play, but you may very well see yourself sticking with a couple of the starting characters long after you've expanded your...
Summary: I bought this game as a gift for myself and my boyfriend, as we've started playing fun video games together. I'm not one for the gore stuff and prefer kid-like games. Skylanders is definitely that, but with so many options in characters and hidden secrets that it's a challenge for adults as well!