Reviews and Problems with Sesame Street: Elmo's Musical Monsterpiece
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Great game. It got my 4 year old up ...
Amazon Customer, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Great game. It got my 4 year old up and moving within 5 minutes. Only downside is that he figured out he didnt have to actually jump just move the controller up and down. But hey he's still moving his arms at least!
Summary: My 3 1/2-year-old daughter was beginning to show an interest in video games. She got a LeapPad for Christmas and loves it. Then she started to ask about the Wii in our entertainment center that hadn't been used since my 8-year-old nephew slept over six months ago. We started letting her play, but the most age appropriate game was "Mario and Sonic Olympics". She would get so frustrated just trying to navigate through it and, honestly, so would I.
Summary: My 3.5 year old enjoys this game for the most part. There are parts he gets bored with quickly and other parts he needs some help with. Altogether, though, he likes his first very own Wii game.
Summary: I bought it for my 5 years old. She loves music, she loves instruments, musicals, theatre and that is what I was expecting. She does not play wii too much and her media use is very limited so she was kind enough to enjoy it that one time, and she is not too eager to play it again. Waste of money. Some technical issues as well.
Summary: This game is very cute. I run a daycare and on slow days with only a couple of kids ages 1-3 it works on rainy days. Keeps them all intertained for awhile. Only one player at a time but the other kids love dancing and doing the activities as we'll. Even though only one person holds the remote. Makes it so my 1yr olds get to be involved and I don't have to worry about them dropping the controller. Very good game for the little ones to be involved in too!
Summary: My 3 year old LOVES this game. He's still very little so playing wii is hard for him, but he sees his older brother do it so really wants to. This game is super easy for little ones, just involves jumping and tilting the wii-remote.