Summary: I thought this would be a good game for myself and my 5 year old to play. He got bored faster than I. Waste of money! Back to the Lego series of Wii games, at least they are consistent and fun.
Summary: I am so glad I rented this game before buying it. My son is a huge Toy Story fan so I thought he'd love this game. It is simply put BORING. He is 5 years old and likes to play the Wii and some, xbox and ps3 games too. This is seriously just point and shoot over and over again, each level is almost the same as the last, with a different background.
Summary: I did a quick run-through on this game in a little under an hour, most of that time was spent trying to find the 3D and then trying to unlock all the levels so I could get to the 3D parts. I saw only one 3D level-the PRACTICE pie throwing that lasts about 45 seconds that led into a loop. The 3D is ok, but not amazing. If you can play it without glasses and everything looks ok, then you know the 3D isn't going to be eye-popping.
Summary: I thought this game would have been easier. Instead, you have to unlock all the separate games in adventure mode before playing in the free play mode. It's quite hard and the structure of the game is way to complicate for a 6 year old... I'm very disapointed.
Conclusion: I have played mini game type games with the family and have enjoyed loads of them. From Carnival to Game Party 3. This is great graphically but far far too easy and quite bland. There are many many more wii mini game titles out there much more worthy of your time.
Summary: This is very disappointing. No effort whatsoever has been put into development. The games are all antiques, the kind of thing that you'd have found in a pub in 1987. The graphics aren't much better. Navigation is very limited, you either play all the games one after the other - you can't stop and return to where you left off, or you can play in free mode, but then you can only play games you have already played.