Summary: is not for kids 5 under, if you do not achieve the level you will not open other games, my grandson of 3 got fustrated and I had to help him, he gave up and I had to continue playing for him to make it interesting next time he visits
Summary: Still a cute game for the kids, but wasn't as much fun as I thought it would be. The kids don't really ask to play it much either. While the Wii is fun for motion games, the aiming of this game to hit a target is a bit squirly.
Summary: We absolutely loved the new Toy Story ride at Disneyworld and thought we'd be able to bring the fun home with this game. It's not the case. The game is okay, very repetitive and there really isn't all that much to it. My daughter is 5 and it doesn't keep her attention for more than 5 minutes.
Summary: I've ridden the Toy Story Midway Mania ride many times in both California Adventure and Hollywood studios, and while this game is similar, it's just not the same. Maybe my expectations were too high. The sound and graphics are typical of any Wii game, the fun factor is about a 4 out of 5, but the replay value is maybe a 1 out of 5. Unless you have Pixar fans coming over once in a while, chances are this game will sit on your shelf and collect dust after a week.
Summary: based on the ride at disney, the game is fun and enjoyable...it does take a moment or two to review the instructions ..it is not simple to get started by just going through the screens. otherwise a fun game...
Summary: I must admit first off, I am a casual gamer. I like to play video games from time to time, but they are not my passion. So games like this one, easy to pick, easy to play, and easy to put down are my favorite types of game. This game does mimic the theme park ride, since I just came back from Disney, I found this to be a lot of fun. Many of the screens are the same ones at the park.