Dazzling but heavy-handed sci-fi has violence, language.
Easy missions for the youngest Jacques Cousteau wannabes.
Fun globe-trotting series teaches kids about animal species.
Cute counting series promotes physical activity as well.
Sixth entry is pretty dumb, with lots of car crashes.
Delightful adventure has excellent friendship messages.
Ribald, drunken animated comedy is too edgy for most teens.
Lackluster action flick has too many smashed cars to count.
Amazingly rich resource helps kids become world citizens.
Extremely violent and gory zombie game for mature players.
Mouse saves mission in great tale for space buffs.
Combat-heavy sci-fi war game with violence but no gore.
Speedy snail dreams big in fun animated comedy.
Expansion to a violent and mature strategy sci-fi game.
TV-show-based combat game without blood or gore.
Ocean explorer looks great but bores quickly.
Virtual planetarium takes kids on a tour of the universe.
Play along with Doc entertain and heal her toy friends.
Cuddly game teaches hygiene and health with stuffed friends.
Thought-provoking sci-fi adventure with military violence.
Quirky cartoon's stereotypes, crudity make it iffy for kids.
The birds are back with puzzle game spin-off for TVs.
Entertaining space-travel adventure fine for young teens.
Popular book series makes for chilling thrills for tweens.
Engaging game, but learning seems incidental, lacks depth.