The Spiderwick Chronicles manages to pair decent gameplay with impressive production values. Kids who enjoyed the movie or the books should find plenty to enjoy in the game.
At a budget price tag it's worth a look if you don't set your expectations too high and just want a simple, easy-to-get-into racer.
Size Matters on PS2 is passable, but you'd be better off picking it up on PSP if you can.
66 per cent of the game is rubbish, but there is fun to be found in Art of Fighting Anthology, if you know where to look.
The Buzz! Junior Party series has always been great for young gamers and Dino Den is simple multiplayer fun that everyone can enjoy.
The gameplay works, but the simple presentation and general lack of polish unfortunately relegate the game to something only a very small minority will enjoy.
Though the game never nears the sheer quality of Excite Truck, occasionally it is challenging and even a little addictive.
Like all the Realplay games it does lack in terms of production values, depth and quality, but Golf is probably ideal for some Christmas Day hilarity with the family.
If it were a budget game this would no doubt be a hit, but it's still an interesting and playable novelty.
Puzzlesphere is a shameless and ugly homage to the likes of Super Monkey Ball and Mercury, and despite its potential, it is the worst of the Realplay games on offer.