Summary: The game play was nice. It starts out in a fun way. It does get repetitive though, and easily boring. The main reason why I wanted to play this game was for the multi player. Unfortunately you have to unlock it.
Summary: Typically, I'm not a huge fan of movie-themed games. However, this is a good one! Not fantastic, but good. The graphics are quite nice (in terms of the Wii) and the dialogue and storylines are entertaining. Not a difficult game to play for an adult.
Summary: Despite the Wii's having a rather modest game gallery as of yet in its early history, the system has already featured innumerable licensed games from CGI film animators. First there was 'Ice Age 2: The Meltdown,' then 'Cars,' followed by 'Surf's Up,' and now, Pixar's own pet-project (excuse the pun)...
3.5; fun for the kiddies, pleasant for everyone else
Cloud "...", Amazon
28 June 2007
Summary: Another Pixar movie, another tie-in. And like a lot of tie-ins, they tend to be more based on using the license rather than making a solid game. The Incredibles was a pretty alright game but its frustration factor and repetitiveness was aggravating and Cars was kind of a boring racing game.
Excerpt: Ratatouille on the Wii It took us a while to catch up with the excitement of games machines like the Wii, though a year ago we finally gave in and bought one, especially as our daughter has now got to the age where she loves all things electronic.
Summary: I thought I'd add a review here as we've had this game for a few months and I don't think the existing reviews explain the difficulty of the game correctly. My 4 year old happily plays all kinds of games on Wii and i-pad and normally takes to them very quickly.