Yeah, my kids are going to be gamers, that is a given. If my 2 year old sees the controller laying out, she'll run over to grab it and ask for the headset. If my 10 month old sees the controller, he'll stop at nothing to get his hands on it.
As for the Bee Movie Game, I downloaded the demo several months before the movie was even released. It was interesting flying through traffic, etc., but nothing that would captivate my attention.
"Even if you are on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there" - Will Rogers
"I'd rather be running a marathon than playing Bomberman Live with Chris."
I have to admit that my son look at the cover of this game and wanted me to pop it in to play. 10 minutes into it my son wanted me to pop in super mario galaxy. For someone that is only 3 years old. I have to admit he has good taste in games. We were in the video game store and he started naming all the mario characters. I give this game a D rating on games to pick up. Another disappointing movie base game but what else is new.
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