First of all, I'm not a gamer. I'm a 40+ mum, who's rented this game for her 6-year-old son, thinking Toy Story would be appropriate for his age group, as you would expect. However, this game is way too compicated and difficult for young children to complete on their own. At first, we didn't have a clue what to do, but luckily, we have found a website with a very useful walkthrough detailing every step you need to take. Without this, we would have given up after 5 minutes. I hope Amazon don't mind me sharing this link with you: [...] (It also has some videos of actal gameplay, which were extremely helpful showing us what to do.) We have managed to complete seven levels, though not without any tears and tantrums. I just don't understand why they made this game so difficult? The most frustrating thing about it, is that you can't save your progress within a level, which can take 3-4 hours to complete and you have to keep trying and trying and trying until you get it right. My son usually gets bored after the first half hour and walks away leaving me to complete each level. Which brings up the question - shouldn't I have something better to do with my time? But if we give up now, we'll never find out what happens on the next level! So be warned, this game is very addictive. You do get a sense of accomplishment after completing a level, but I can't help but wonder if it's just a terrible waste of time for the whole family. This game is better suited to bored teenagers or college students who have got nothing else to do. Then again, would they want to play with something as childish as Toy Story? As far as I'm concerned, the creators of this game have made a fundamental mistake with this product by targeting the wrong age-group.