Summary: My 6 year old grandson had this game beat within 2 months but he still enjoys playing it. My favorite is shooting the zombies with the golf balls. Not as easy as it seems. A very fun game. Just wish multiple players could play.
Summary: My son loved watching me play, I even loved playing it. It was one of the more entertaining kid movie games I've ever played. Recommend it if you are thinking about a fun easy game to play with your kids.
Summary: Awesome game! So much fun going through all the whacky levels. The gameplay is tights, the visuals are beautiful the sound and music are an auditory delight. A real treat for the whole family.
Summary: This game has really cool platformer elements from back in the day. Great story and goes well with the movie as a "semi" tie in. Recommended for all ages, even adults. Graphics are up to par and the gameplay is smooth and easy to master. There is even a level where you meet a "Gonzo journalist", or Dr. Hunter S. Thompson (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas). There is an achievement called "This is bat country!" which is a direct reference to Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
Summary: I was surprised by the consistent quality of the game, and how fun it actually was. I got it for my child, but found I enjoyed it too. The graphics and animations do a great job mirroring the movie, and the gameplay is kind of Ratchet and Clank like- shooter/platformer with an upgrade system. It's a little derivative as movie games tend to be, but it's very well done.