Summary: My kids absolutely love this game. The fact that they can play as 3 different characters, each with different powers makes it very fun for them. It has lots of exciting levels without out being too hard for them to figure out. Great video game for the younger kids.
Summary: Ok I'm a mom w/ 2 boys ages 10 and 6 so the game was not bought for me to play so for my review I must defer to my sons and what they have told me about it. 1) This games was bought after seeing the movie which the entire family loved! 2) It has 25 levels of play according to my youngest 3) The ONLY reason I did not give it an Excellent rating was my sons began playing the game on April 17th and today April the 21st the finished it now keep in mind they only played 30...
Summary: I saw the movie in Imax 3D, and I just assumed the game would follow suit with most "movie" games and end up being a dud. Thankfully, a few developers have caught on to the bad stigma that surrounds movie based games and go the extra mile to break out of the mould. I'm currently on chapter 4 and I can definitely recommend this game to anyone that enjoys a good platformer, regardless of whether or not they have seen the movie.
Summary: The game is for 10 years old and up but my 4 year old loves it. The game is simple enough that he can play a lot of it on his own. There are some parts where I have to help him out, but he can handle a lot of it himself. --The game is too easy for an experienced gamer, but there are still a lot of fun, enjoyable moments.
Summary: I bought this game for my son, who fell in love with the demo version we downloaded from XBox. He is a bit too young at 3 to play it but loves to watch me play, and I have become addicted, it is a brilliant game. Great fun.
Summary: Movie Tie-ins are usually pretty tedious but this little gem breaks the rule, my 5 year loves it to bits and you can always jump in as Dr Cockroach to help defeat the harder Bosses. The scenes alternate between Ginormica (skate and dodge), B.O.B (platform and puzzle solving) and the missing link (beat em up) and because they all have their own distinct game play it never gets repetitive.