Summary: We went to Disney World and had played this game. I got it for my son who picked it up easily. He learned how to play this at 4, so it's not too hard. The games are pretty repetitive (just different characters or backgrounds), but it is entertaining and fun. There isn't any learning or anything like that, though.
Summary: We bought this game as a replacement for Go Diego Go Great Dinosaur Rescue because he had already beaten that one multiple times. We like for him to be able to play Wii since he constantly sees us playing and wants to do it too. We saw the Cars games (he's a Cars fanatic) but they looked too difficult, so we saw this and thought it was a good fit. It is fun at first because the games are new and in 3D, but my 5 year old quickly became bored.
Summary: Luckily I bought this on sale. It is a fun game (5 and 8 yr old) for our kids, but there isn't a lot to it. You basically just "shoot" different items on several different screens. I don't really know what I expected it to be, but the kids play for around 10-20 minutes and then they are bored with it. They have only played it three times since Christmas. Definitely wouldn't pay full price. It is pretty good for sale price (we got it for around half price).
Summary: This is a fun game to play with the family. Some parts are very similar to the actual ride it attempts to simulate. There are a lot of different games to play and several game modes. The only thing I don't like the the very confusing navigation. Thus far we seem to be at the mercy of whatever game/activity pops up next because we cannot seem to choose for ourselves what we want to do.
Summary: The first time I played this at the Disney theme parks, I thought it would be perfect for the Wii. And now here it is. It is certainly lots of fun. Unfortunately, it isn't quite as cool as the theme park version. In many ways, this game is a collection of mini games with a boardwalk theme. Just like the attraction, the games are separated out into five different categories.
Summary: If you've been looking for a collection of mini-games for a Wii Party but have been turned off by the lack of captivating characters, then this is the answer you've been looking for. The Toy Story gang are here to provide you with a variety of midway games for you and others to enjoy. Well, kind of. While the majority of the games are a variation on the same shooting gallery concept, the other games you will find are really hit and miss.
Summary: Toy Story Mania! is a collection of carnival-type games featuring Toy Story characters and themes. It is supposed to be inspired by a Disney theme park ride, but I've never ridden it so I can't comment on how it resembles that experience. This game features a few "3D" games, which are made to be played with the included two pairs of 3D glasses. From my experience you'll want to be in a dark room with a LCD or Plasma TV to get the full effect.
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: The game is very much like the ride at WDW. The carnival-style activities are somewhat repetitive, but reasonable. The menu system is horrible. There are no labels for the menu options and no clues that the B button is the way to go back. If you finally navigate your way through, the activities are entertaining. The 3D is lack-luster and the game is finished very quickly.