Summary: I received this game for Christmas and am pleased with it. You can play at a level which is for you, and when they say Hard, they mean HARD. I play this all the time. But I dont like how you cant customize your custom players hardly at all and Chuck calls you a boy or a girl depending on what happens.
Summary: I bought this game for my 6 year old, since he really wanted a football game to play with his Daddy. He had asked for Madden 2010, but I thought that Madden would be too difficult for a 6 year old so I went with this one. He loves it! He plays it all the time and the cartoon look is just perfect for a child. Even adults can have fun with this game. It lets you pick the plays and it moves at a good pace to keep the shortest attention spans from getting bored too fast.
Summary: I bought this for my brother (age 21) for Christmas and he really enjoyed it. It's a good game for a lot of ages because of the difficulty settings. On easy you don't really have to select which players you want to throw the ball to, just make the motions with the Wii remote. There are different backyard arenas which add a variety of color and background images which make the game more visually appealing.
Summary: Bought this game about two days after it came out as my son (6 yrs old) and I enjoy playing backyard baseball quite a bit. The football is somewhat harder for him to understand because of choosing plays, but he's getting there. Its a good way to introduce a kid that age about football, as watching the NFL at that age can be quite a bore for them. After playing this, my son was itching to get outside and start playing football.