A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
While the characters can be goofy, your goal is to be smart and win the game show.
Violence & Scariness
The violence here is of the very mild cartoon variety that you'd see in a Disney animated feature.
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Many Disney characters from many Disney cartoons are featured in the game.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that while this trivia game is fun, it is about all things Disney. Playing a round, even in the single player mode, can take a half hour to play. It's closer to an hour when four people play. Some of the film clips shown have mild cartoon violence.
Is It Any Good?
To answer, it seems better to use the Wii remote's D-pad than to flick the Wii remote and press "A." The D-pad wasn't only quicker, flicking the remote didn't always work so well. While the Disney-based questions can become somewhat difficult, the general questions are usually easy enough for a six-year-old to answer. The best part of each game show is the round in which you watch a very quick clip from an animated movie and then answer queries based upon it. Essentially, if you recall the moments of action, you'll do quite well. And, if you win the game, you'll unlock a new cartoon character contestant.
Yet Think Fast is pricey at $50, especially when you can get the competitors' games at a better price. Also, you'll wish you can do more than simply chime in with the Wii remote. You've seen how creative the gamemakers have been with the device and you might ask yourself why you can't, for instance, draw something in a round to compete with your other contestants. Plus, there's no online functionality, something that should be expected in this kind of a competitive Disney Wii game in this day and age. Also, for young children, it can get frustrating when your wrong answer results in a negative score. Yet despite its flaws, you just have to keep coming back to play those classic characters. When Donald gets angry about losing a few questions in a row, it's downright hilarious to witness. But if this weren't full of Disney personalities, it would get three stars.
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