Summary: Repetitive music is very annoying. Game play is not intuitive; we had to play along with a you-tube video to figure it out. Frustrating for every family member, not just the kids. Only one player at a time. I thought a Disney movie based game would be easier to navigate. Glad we only borrowed it from the library and are not out any money on this one.
Summary: My 6 year old had to have this as soon as it was available...since it was $50 at another store-I made him pay for half. I'm so sorry we wasted our money on this terrible game. My son is very good at games, but this one it too hard to figure out...he is stuck on a level and can't advance in the game (it's a lower lever) so he hasn't enjoyed this game at all.
Summary: I have two boys that love playing multi-player games together (Lego Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Mario Cart, etc.), so when I saw this game supported two players I was excited. The excitement dropped as soon as I realized the only multi-player options are shooting each other in a poorly designed square room or doing laser target practice. Keep in mind there's no response from the controller when you get shot. While playing through the story it's 1-player ONLY.
Summary: As an older experienced gamer I thought this looked like a bit of fun. First thing as so many others have said was the awful repetitive music, promptly turned off in the options. Next, why can't I save a game when I want to, not when they see fit ? I have the pc version but play it with an x box controller which is set up with the excellent Pinnacle program.
Excerpt: I love the Wii and was looking for a new game fairly soon after watching the wall-e film in the cinema. I spotted this game at a very reasonable price less than £10 and decided to give it a go. Once home I eagerly loaded the disc and watched the opening sequence. Once I had got onto the game I was lost I read and re-read the instruction manual to understand the controls needed and whilst I was able to move wall-e around I still have no idea on the purpose.
I saved a CD and case from going to landfill. That's the only positive aspect.
Jonathan "jonathan", amazon.co.uk
9 June 2009
Summary: I got an old Wii to keep various visiting small people quiet recently, and not being "gamer" myself, I thought I'd just pick up some of the current batch of reduced games. This one was so cheap at the time, they almost paid me to have it delivered. And a good job too - I can see why now. There's a high chance a lot of copies might have ended up in landfill sites being turned into little cubes to throw at things...
Summary: I bought this for my daughter while she was recovering from Tonsilitis - something to keep her occupied for a little while. This game is soooo boring, its unbelievable, I watched her for an hour and its just the same over and over again!!. We took it to `Game' and traded it in, towards another game!!!
Summary: I'm eleven and I find this game extraordinarily boring. You repetitively have to do the same thing, getting nowhere at all. The worst part is that you can only have one game save. This means anyone else, who finds it hard, has to create a "New Game" so they can play on the easier Level 1 which resets my "Continue Game". I would not recommend it to anyone at all. Too hard for anyone under 7 but too easy and a complete bore to anyone over.