Summary: Meet the Robinsons is a movie to game adaptation from the same titled Disney animated film. Graphics are fairly solid although I didn't find the color pallette to be particularly sharp. Gameplay could be more varied but still fairly enjoyable. Some portions I found mildly annoying but parents shouldn't worry it will overall frustrate kids.
Summary: Problem with this game doesn't get noticed until later in the game. The difficulty ramps up at a degree that would make a mountain climber cringe. The horrible control scheme and wonky camera both add up to a frustrating mess of a game that isn't worth the controller-throwing rage it will fill you with.
M. Beal "book jaime, m. did not make up wheelage", Amazon
23 December 2009
Summary: While it can definitely be said that this game was fun, it was also difficult and sometimes frustrating in how specific things were. But all in all, I'd say it was a good achievement grind. I managed to, using the help of a guide on [...], get all of the achievements for the 360 version. Not that I recommend that sort of thing.
Summary: The Meet The Robinsons game (based on the Disney animated film) is a very demented game. A combination of Jimmy Neutron's weirdness and the near look of the Jetsons... with a little Adam West (voice of Wilbur's uncle) and all the tech stuff one could ever want to have. The same with Ratatouille, a number of tasks to be completed (creative thinking appreciated). Fun.
Summary: Meet the Robinson lets players take control of Wilbur Robinson on his quest to return his fathers stolen time-machine. The game offers a good mix of action, adventure and puzzle-solving, while telling a slightly different story compared to the Disney movie. We enjoyed Wilbur's positive attitude towards helping and solving other characters problems -given that he needed their help in return, but still I always welcomes polite characters.