Conclusion: The game did a decent job at what it was made for, which was offering people who loved the movie some more time with those loveable little fish. Children will certainly enjoy it just for the novelty of playing as little Nemo, but for anyone that is looking for a deep and involving game, there are plenty of other games in the sea.
Excerpt: The three main characters in this game are Nemo, Marlin, and Dory. The game's levels are split up so that you play as each character, and it does a good job of progressing the story without focusing on any one character over the others. The first levels with Nemo involve the antics that lead to his capture, the later Nemo levels cover his time in the fishtank, while the Marlin/Dory levels cover their adventures crossing the sea.
Conclusion: As far as movie tie-in games go, Finding Nemo is a satisfying experience for fans who want to re-live the film, and even viewed on its own is a pretty decent game. However its relative shortness and some repetitive and frustrating gameplay elements ensure Finding Nemo is just another fish in the ocean of gaming goodness.
Pros: looks terrific, captures the feel of the film, recreates locations wonderfully, lots of footage and unlockables for fans
Cons: very short, and quite repetitive in places, no multiplayer options, some very tricky slide-puzzles!