Summary: The game is too complicated and more over is too dark. You can barely see what the crap is going on. I expected bright colored visuals and fun game with Disney title. No wonder this game tanked.
Summary: I really wanted to like it, but I just couldn't. The intro cut scene was way too long. They keep guiding you through the basics long after you've figured out the controls. You often can't return to an area once you've left it, so if you don't collect and finish everything the first time, you may not ever get to. I wish they'd warn you - "Once you go through this door, you can't come back. Would you like to go back and finish Quest X before you leave the area?
Summary: The Collector's Edition comes with a small plastic Mickey figure, a DVD, and stickers no one will use. The game itself can go either way. To me, this game is nothing more than a lame platformer with boring puzzle solving. The idea of using a paintbrush to create or destroy certain objects sounded like a cool idea, but to be completely honest, this game is very boring.
Summary: If you're thinking of getting this game for your kids, think again. I'm not sure who the game was designed for - it seems a little to cutsie, cartoonish and, well, Disneyfied for adults, but it's also way too difficult and frustrating for children. My 11 year old daughter bought the game with her Christmas money last year because she's a huge fan of all things Disney. I think she might have spent a grand total of 15 minutes playing it before giving up.
Summary: I was disappointed by this game. I felt it was hard to play and frustrating. I will say I am not a big video game player and not very good so maybe for someone better at games it would be a better game but for me never got past the second level.
Summary: I had high hopes for this game and really liked the art and concept. But overall it just seems to have wound up as a sloppy platformer. I wouldn't just rate the camera as annoying; I'd call it an enemy programmed into the game that you can't defeat. Imagine playing the game with a tapeworm. No really, I think I spent more time fighting with the camera than I did with any of the actual enemies.