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Phineas and Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension - Nintendo Wii
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| Inspired by the upcoming Disney Channel Original Movie, Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension on the Wii™ and PlayStation©3 computer entertainment system allows players to explore and conquer all new worlds in an action-packed platforming and combat game. The PS3 version will be the first time a Phineas and Ferb video game features PlayStation Move's motion controller compatible gameplay. Fans will have the ability to play as one of eight characters including Phineas, Ferb or Agent P and overcome obstacles, use wacky gadgets unique to each character to defeat enemies. In addition, players can collect items, upgrade gadgets and unlock new playable characters while navigating through 24 thrilling levels in a quest to battle the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz and his robot army to save the world. |
Platform: Nintendo Wii
Top Customer Reviews
It's almost as if Disney Online realized that kids loved playing the free Phineas and Ferb games on their website and sent a quick email to Disney Interactive to package up the next game and pop it on a DVD instead of online. In fact, that's probably exactly what happened. The game is really, really short and combined with being really easy, I'm not convinced this is going to have a ton of replay value.
As far as the game itself goes: Disney Interactive DID do a good job with the game itself - the characters/voices/dialogs are true to the show, they actually figured out that "2 Player" means that 2 players should be able to play (unlike a previous game, "Toy Story"), the controls are easy to learn and use, and it's enough fun where you want to keep going (and with enough checkpoints/levels to not get bored in the middle.) For the game itself, it probably deserves another star...but...man it was short.
Another problem with it is that the first couple levels there is a TON of talking/dialog/"help" popups. This slows down the action if you've already figured out what's going on (which, to their benefit, isn't difficult), but without them - the game would have been even shorter.Read more ›
Unlike others I have a different opinion about the length of this game, I think its perfect! A whole lot of video games these days can be excruciatingly long and often times too difficult for children, they leave feeling frustrated. I also do not want my kids looped up in a game for weeks and months on end which is often the case with most games as well. This game fits so nicely into a category where you get to enjoy it as a family, the kids get a real sense of pride upon completion, and no one is playing for 100 of hours missing the REAL world.
If anyone is your family are Phineas and Ferb fans, its impossible to go wrong here. $30 bucks is certainly not too expensive at all. Unless you use your video game console as a babysitter, this game is well worth the 5 stars I have given:)
My son was easily able to pick up and play the game without any learning curve. Controller commands were easy for him to figure out and he was playing the game with in minutes of unwrapping it. Clips of the show play at the beginning and through out game play, which gives kids the feeling of playing an actual cartoon episode.
Very colorful, graphics are nice and music is spot on with the show. After my son completed the game, he listened to the shows songs that played on the game over and over again.
My rating (scale of 1-10, ten being the best):
Game difficulty: Moderately Easy
Story line: 8
Fun: 9+ (For a Phineas and Ferb fan. My son is a huge Lego fan and a Phineas and Ferb fan and when asked which of the Wii games he enjoyed more, he replied the Phineas and Ferb game was more fun)
Age range I would recommend is 7-10 years old.
You do need the Wii remote and attached nunchuk to play, for each player, FYI.
An interesting game for young kids is truly priceless. Seriously.
Like other reviewers, I do not think this game is only for age 10 and up. My daughter, age 9, is very skilled with PC and Wii games, so she did finish the game in a few days. However, she says she will play it over and over again. It seems by the end of the game it is too easy for her. Not a great game if your kids want a really challenging game.
The design is rather cute and clever, with some of the adventure created with black and white scenes and only your character in color.
Great game for Elementary age kids who know basic to middle level gaming. If your child is a huge fan of the TV Series like mine is, then it won't matter if it is not the most challenging...they will still love it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is the first game my 7 year old son can play without help from me. It's creative and exciting. Each level is different and the music is great.Published 7 days ago by K. Kahn
Great game and great packaging! It was for my nephews birthday he relayed enjoyed it. Its an easy game for him to play because he's only 6. This is his favorite TV show! Read morePublished 13 days ago by Sha'Bria Johnson
My kids love this game! They're 8 & 5. They're able to play most of it, but definitely needed some help with the harder levels. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Beth E
Great game. My daughter is seven and loves Phineas and Ferb. She really likes the game and it is challenging for her.Published 6 months ago by VA Steven