Summary: I like how you can customize the length of the game, the level of knowledge, the background scene, which character you choose, & even dress up the characters. However, you can only get 3 extra characters & 4 items per characters. It's pretty nice for so cheap a game. It would be great if you could by updates in the Wii market place. Beware, the Genie has certain lines for each background that NEVER vary.
Summary: Good game for all Disney film fans. The adults will catch on quickly and I did sense some definite patterns to some of the questions that the older kids will take advantage of ... but I think this is a good game to have around even though it doesn't have 'every day' gotta play material like some of the other games on the market.
Summary: Bought this for Christmas last year because my younger brother is a Disney fanatic. I confess that my family spent the whole week playing each other (with him winning), but after 7 straight days, the content seemed monotonous. The graphics are more "Dumbo" than "Finding Nemo," and there seems to be way too many questions about the "Aristocats." I would recommend this for young Disney lovers and really really really devoted older Disney lovers.
Summary: My family bought this to play over the holidays, and it is fun for the first few rounds. We're all big Disney fans, and the main challenge for us were a heavy reliance on some of the less popular Disney films such as "Treasure Planet," "The Great Mouse Detective," "Atlantis," "The Emperor's New Groove," and "The Rescuers Down Under." We seemed to get more questions about these films than the popular and beloved films.