Summary: what a cute/fun game! my 5 yr grandson LOVES IT. He cant read just yet... but... he has been able to figure out quite a bit of this game! Grand daughter 2- LOVES watching (and pretend playing with her controller)along with cousin. Theres so many things to do and find in this game!
Summary: I bought this for my 4 & 7 year old but I started out playing it 1st and it's pretty hard if you don't read the instruction booklet first so after reading it lol I finally figured out what to do and I got really far !!
Summary: This game was bought for a 7 year old, it was too hard for him. He watched his dad play it and then was able to do better having watched , but even my husband thought it was fairly tough, ecpecially for a kid. Its all right. some of the music is annoying. I would say if you buy it get it cheap.
Summary: I have a six year old son who absolutely loves this movie. When the game came out for Wii we decided that we would pick it up and give it a try. The game starts out on the same time line as the movie so if you kids have seen the movie it is entertaining in the aspect that they get to follow along...
Summary: We bought this game thinking that we could play two player in story mode, but were very bummed to discover that you only can in the arcade mode. I was looking forward to playing as Wall-e and my wife as Eve.
Summary: Its ok but not great. there are other games out there which are better made for children to play such as the lego games. My son can play these foe ages without any adult help however he seemed confused with Wall-e and which way to go and what he needed to do.
Summary: My 8-year-old twin boys asked for this game, but were disappointed after playing it. One likes it okay, but the other won't play it, saying it's boring and too easy. They like any Mario games better, as well as anything Lego (they like Lego Batman, Lego Star Wars Trilogy, etc.).