Like its predecessor Buzz Junior: Jungle Party, Publisher Sony's Buzz! Junior: RoboJam is a kiddie-focused collection of two dozen minigames, tied together with a loose story - in this case, some sort of "basic training meets a juvenile detention center"-style competition. Like its predecessor, it's played by one-to-four players using the Buzz! controllers - meaty pads with four rectangular buttons and one gigantic red "buzzer" which lights up but doesn't actually make a buzzing noise. Or any other sound, for that matter. And like its predecessor, Buzz! Junior: RoboJam is great for the little ones, but will have questionable appeal to anyone over the age of ten.