Summary: Our son rented this game and liked it so we bought it for him. He doesn't play it a lot, but it's a cute game. It's 2d and they could have done more with the game. You can switch back and forth between Ralph and Felix, which is fun for fans of the movie.
Summary: My son was crushed when we used this Wreck-It-Ralph figure on the Infinity system and discovered it was only the figure and not the Wreck-It-Ralph world. But this is more an issue with the Infinity system in general. I wouldn't have ordered this had I realized it was just a figure with limited play.
Summary: My five year old son does like to play this game, he just gets sick of having to switch characters every 5 seconds to make one move and then switch back again to make another one. He does enjoy the game, but isn't fascinated with it. The PRO for us PARENTS is this...you will probably not have to tell your kid to quit playing the game because they have been playing it too long:) Because after about 30 minutes they will want to quit playing themselves:) Came shipped with...
Summary: This game is not at all what was expected. it is very crudely developed and looks very basic and immature. the game play is ok, but the kids get easily bored and only play it for short periods at a time.
Summary: My son is 6 and is an avid video game player already. He really likes Wreck it Ralph and plays it quite often, but my husband and I thought it was a little too old school. We were surprised he liked it so much because it pretty basic. We realize the its based on a game from the 80s but we thought there would still be more options like being able to race a car in Sugar Rush. Its for one player only and you basically navigate your way through obstacles on each level.