Meh - great eye candy - if that is what you are wanting
Beth H, Amazon
11 September 2015
Summary: Not sure why this game gets such high ratings - it is frustrating for my kids to get started and it seems buggy. You really need to read to play this game, and it seems to be a pre-school kindergartener game...so that seems like a design flaw.. but also the audio doesn't work very well on this game.
Summary: It's so annoying to have to work through the story mode and have to deal with all of the signing in issues on this. My 3 year old can't get signed in, so I have to do it for her. Then she moves into the circle to become the active player.
Summary: Very cute game. The teaching the tricks part is a lot of fun. Kind of slow paced in the beginning which my young active kid couldnt make it through. Maybe when he's older he'll have the attention span for it. Also the throwing games were difficult and unresponsive at times.
Summary: This is one of those video game my daughter had to have. It is also one of those video games that the excitement wears off really fast. My daughter played this game for 3 or 4 days and that was it.
Summary: Purchased for my 3 year old grandson and he loves it. It is the most adorable game, and the graphics are wonderful. He loves interacting with the animals and what a great way for him to release his energy.
Summary: I was surprised how entertaining this game has been. After much begging, I finally bought it for my 10 year old, thinking he'd get bored with it only after a few hours. Fortunately, it has enough activities and mini-games in there to keep it interesting, and the animals are cute as can be.
Summary: My daughter loves the idea of this game but I end up needing to play most parts for her because she is small and kinect has a hard time registering her properly. We have moved the sensor, configured and all and it still is glitchy, but only with this game.