Summary: This game was pretty fun all around. It reminds me of mario kart, except instead of mario you play as farm animals racing imaginative race courses. The only drawback is that this game felt on the shorter side. You can play two players so that does add some life to this game. For around 20 bucks, I thought it was worth a try and I am happy. The music was a very interesting country/hillbilly mixed with dance music combo. Very intriguing.
Summary: It wasn't what I expected, but our 10 year old grandson has a ball racing me. He loves the bashing, ramming, shooting, throwing, and farting. I don't care to play it alone, but enjoy it with him.
Summary: I sort of love this game. The first Wii racing game I ever played was Mario Kart and I think this was a fun alternative. It was kind of easy to beat but just because you win and unlock everything doesn't mean the fun has to stop. The boy and I still play this all the time.
Summary: The game is rather fun as long as you are going the right direction. Get turned around backwards and there are spots in the game where you cannot get turned back around the right way - you have to reset the game.
Summary: I like to think of this game as a very fun alternative to mario kart racing. It isn't nearly as expansive as mario kart, but with multi player races, all the fun is still there. Each farm animal character that you race with has their own special ability that they can do if you collect certain powerups. The graphics and race tracks were done very well. For only 20 dollars, you can have a great deal of fun with this title.