Summary: From the mindset of a quick 1000G Xbox 360 game this is one of the easier ones out there. The collectibles aren't too bad, the achievements are well balanced, and there is nothing that is truly challenging making it a good option for boosting. On the other hand, for a video game to enjoy this is lacking. Sometimes I wish games would not be made off of rather successful movies for the sole purpose of making some quick money, but alas they are and this is one of them.
Summary: My son requested this DS game for his tenth birthday. It is true to the Disney film in respect to characters, however, he says he does not enjoy it as much as some other "movie based" DS games he owns. He rates Wall-e and Indiana Jones Lego DS games as preferable to this particular game. He says it is confusing and more difficult to play than the aforementioned titles. He still plays it, however, "mastered" the others in shorter time frames.
Summary: ...this is a fun game. The graphics took a bit of getting used to; I don't really understand the drive to update old platformers with semi-3D graphics (see also the new Ghosts & Goblins remake for PSP). However, the PSP suffers from a lack of good games, especially platformers - so Mega Man Powered Up is a welcome addition!
Summary: Didn't enjoy this game much. It was a bit of a let down especially for the price I paid. I felt it was very basic although the graphics were quite good. Not much to get your teeth into. 3 stars awarded.