Summary: very hard for little ones it takes a while to set up your little avatar type person and you have to do it each time my toddler was already annoyed after 15 min it seems to be difficult to catch you through the kinnect also.
Amazon Customer "Not all who wander are lost--J.R.R. Tolkien", Amazon
25 December 2012
Summary: Kinect games are hit or miss, and although they're all generally getting better, they still don't offer a good experience in controller-less gaming. Disneyland Adventures is a game that especially demonstrates this.
Summary: This game is a pain to control with Kinects. It never seems to pick up my child and when it does it brings him up as random avatars that he did not create (and all after we've spent so much time navigating the awful controls to create a character to his liking).
poor game - you are just paying for the Disney name
5 January 2012
Summary: not sure who this game is aimed at - the charecter interaction requires cognitive abialiaty and dexterity that young children will not be able to master - while the overall structure will quickly bore older children. have a 4 year old and 10 year old, neither like it.
Summary: My kids became incredibly frustrated with this game. The kinect doesn't register their movements & it's not very intuitive. They would do exactly what was asked of them & it didn't work. Sometimes it would say to duck and when they did it would pause the game.