Summary: My son really enjoyed this game. He was able to figure it all out for himself. The fact that it talked about not being scared of the dark was a great bonus. Love the fact that he got "conquer" and then make friends with The Dark was really a fun twists for him.
Summary: This was a lot of fun but my 9yr old finished it within a couple hours. Fortunately I can keep it around for my 5 yr old nephew. It's a neat game, just a little too easy for the age I bought it for.
Summary: I got this for my son who was 4 at the time, but we both found it kind of bland the first time around because his first Wii game was Ghostbusters. We played it a year later and finished it. It was cool. Thats all I can say.
Summary: We got this game and before long, the entire family was playing it. It is addicting and you will find yourself going back to it over and over again. It requires a good memory and a sense of adventure. I would recommend this for both kids AND adults. It's just a really fun time.
Summary: This game deserves to win all awards for child learning interactive computer entertainment. To this day I am still learning things from this game. The game play is smooth and user friendly. The atmosphere changes each time the child plays which gives them a whole new adventure every time!
Summary: Our little boy loves this. We got it yesterday (Friday) and figured it out Friday night. He was awake by 6:30 Saturday morning playing it again. It has little challenges, requires you to actually know some history, pays off observational skills, and is just a blast for a six year old.
Summary: I have a 5 year old boy who at first didn't know what to do in the beginning and quit a few times. But, after I played with him for about an hour, he started to get very interested and started wanting to play himself. Definitely a good family game to play together.