Summary: my son is 4 and has realy started getting in to the games and he saw this and had to have it ... the only prob is that he is 4 and don't get it yet... but with time he will....over all good game..
Summary: Read the reviews which weren't that great, but I liked the games that were included in this. Guess I now have to agree with a lot of those reviews. The Bocce ball is fun, but the manual didn't explain all the moves you can make. Just kinda discovered those by fussing with the controls. The volleyball is just flicking the remote. Not much to that. Still haven't figured out what I'm actually doing in soccer. I win every time, but have no idea how.
Summary: This game is bit boring and is not for the single player. I've had it for about 6 months, and thinking about unloading it, because I never play it. I realized that this week was the first time I've touched it in months. The graphics suck and the customizable characters are little wierd looking.The only game I semi like is volleyball and disc golf and sometimes cricket. The bocce, football and soccer were just .... you fill in the blank.
Summary: This game shows it's commitment w/overall intuitive controls considering the restriction of the wii ability & the best ideas: as little players as possible so feels more 1st person & when there's only 2, you control them both. it has different levels of play (have to be unlocked through play), you can decide how many points/goals to win a game, the length of time of a game for all the games & other options.
Summary: We wanted to add more party games to our collection and I saw this one at a low price and thought I'd try it. It's an okay game but my lot didn't think much of it. I dare say someone with a younger family would enjoy it.