Summary: Its okay, cool concept overall, the single player and need for XBOX live (kind of need XBOX Gold to fully utilize the XBOX console anyway in my opinion, but thats another, widely argued topic) is a bit of a annoyance, but this is certainly not the only game to operate that way.
Account Setup Nightmare, Online Only (No Campaign) + Instructions for Setting up Child Account on Microsoft for Xbox Live.
Aria Carlisle, Amazon
20 April 2014
Summary: I wish I had seen the comments about all the account set up! My son had been begging and begging for this game, so we got it for him and oh my goodness. How could they make such a fun game and NOT have a campaign AND therefore require it to have online access?
Summary: I love this game, but I hate to complain, and I understand its rated E for everyone. But the servers are having issues with registering hits/damage, so I feel that takes the fun out of it when you can't kill the opposing team ( or certain team members).
Summary: True to the ZvsP app game apart from the fact that you can play in co-op mode or against one another. It's nothing fantastic and gets tedious after a few plays, I suppose I just expected a bit more from a platform game.
Summary: My sons were excited for the game. Despite some of the reviews here, it DOES say on the back of the case that Gold is Required to play. It also says there is online co-op and co-op abilities, however after trying for 10 minutes to figure out why we couldn't find the split screen menu I did an...
Summary: we played it and it was fun, but not enough to play on a regular basis, if your kid is already a teenager he will probably get bored of it pretty quick, I think children would like it a lot though
Summary: Didn't realize that you needed to be online to play this game. I guess that's my fault, I'm sure I missed that somewhere in the product description. So, in addition, I had to pay for xbox live to play this. somewhat disappointed in that.