Summary: I'm not a fanatic over the Shrek movie series, but they are fun to watch. This one feels like you are actually playing a part in the movie! The MULTIPLAYER PARTY GAMES are the best! They kept us (a group of teenagers to late 20 years old) entertained competitively while laughing the whole time. GREAT FUN!
Summary: I bought this game for my boys because they loved playing Shrek 2 for Gamecube and still play it on the Wii. As I'm writing this review my older son is playing while my younger son is watching which is just stupid. What type of video game for children only allows one player to play at a time? Good thing I bought it used with a return policy because this is definitely being returned for something that they can play together.
Summary: Our family really enjoyed the original Xbox version of Shrek 2. It had an appropriate amount of puzzles and actions, its multi-player functionality, and graphics was rather rich (stages, items, interactivity, etc). So naturally we thought Shrek 3 would have been an upgrade. However, Shreak 3 for Wii was really a disappointment. First, the multi-player function is gone. When you're playing through the storyline, you can only be 1 person.
Summary: My daughter got this one for Christmas. She thinks it's boring. I'm not crazy about it, either. For starters, it makes poor use of the Wii's unique controllers. You simply wiggle your Wiimote to fight. That brings up the other big problem I have with this game. There's a LOT of fighting, which really isn't keeping in the spirit of the franchise. The graphics are pretty weak, too.