Summary: I'm not sure what the target audience is, but it's definately not the preschool age. The last level is impossible. But if you are an obsessive compulsive Pooh fan like myself, you will have to get the game. Just don't buy it for your children.
Summary: Modest fun for the whole family, but there are a lot of heffalumps and woozles chasing Piglet, to the tune of somber music. Our five year old runs out of the room every time! Quite a bit too scary for the pre-school audience.
Summary: At first I had my doubts about this game, but my friend is obsessed with Piglet and bought it for Gamecube. I watched her play it, and then I just had to try it. The game is so entertaining, adorable, and considerably challenging. And I'm a teen!
Summary: I rented this game for my 6 year old avid gamer. Naturally he scoffed at playing such a "baby game". The truth is he enjoyed every minute of it, it was rarely frustrating (until nearing the end). Furthermore, this game is NOT "scary" at all. I suppose if you have a very sensitive child it could be.
Summary: This is a wonderful game. I gave it 4 stars only for the fact that it has a loading process when you go in every world. The graphics are the best. This was actually bought for my soon to be 5 year old who enjoyed watching and helping me play.
Summary: I often by children's video games for my 3 tear old daughter to watch me play and "help" by telling me where to go, what to do etc. An avid piglet fan and budding enthusiast of video games, this one literally bored her to sleep.
Summary: This game is okay. It is very addicting and somewhat easy. I do not think this would be a very good game for kids. This took my a short while to finish. In the game Piglets friends are having dreams and Piglet must help them be happy...i guess.