Summary: It doesn't really hold the kid's interest, they have played it a couple times, but they argue a lot over power-ups and stuff. For one child it might be better, but for two siblings not that great, you can't even sign out one person without going out of the level like you can with the lego games! (drop-in, drop-out) I suggest minecraft for siblings.
Summary: Not a bad game, just seems a bit hectic all the time, can be hard to figure out who is where and doing what. That being said, its very forgiving in not penalizing for dying, and i generally enjoy it when playing with my 8 year old daughter.
Summary: this isn't what I was expecting, I am a bit surprised that disney put their name on this game. its not all that fun and it is just lacking something that I can't put my finger on. It does want you to go online and buy more stuff (just like so many games now do. Yuk!), so has the ability to expand, but does it really matter what a character is wearing when you play a game? would mario have been less fun if he wasn't in overalls?
Summary: Me and my son loves this game! we both can play and then when one of us don't want to play anymore we can keep playing without the other person. It's a lot of fun to go to all the different Disney movies. There is a lot of charcaters to unlock but once you unlock them you can be anyone. It's a great game for all ages!
Summary: Wow, my kids are actually crazy about this game. Got this on a whim because they have asked for Disney Infinity and I was saving that for Christmas. This turned out to be a great idea because it satisfied their desire for a Disney game and it is great fun. There is constant laughing and carrying on when they play together.