Summary: We bought this for the grandkids. We have the Cabela's game that came with a gun that they love to play with. However, the Cabela's game is a bit violent for us. We aren't comfortable with the kids just shooting ALL animals. It's very realistic looking. So, we thought the idea of shooting cartoon chickens would be fun, and it is. They like it even though they can't use the gun. Was just a bit disappointing.
Summary: I don't really have anything bad to say about this little game. I bought it for my 6 year old Son, and he got a kick out of it, for about 15 minutes. It has sat on the shelf since. It's cute, it's basic, but it's very limited. Not something you should expect to get hours of enjoyment out of. There's just not much here.
Summary: Using the Wii shotgun was was difficult, because of the my small room; I could never shoot the top of the screen. Having to scroll to different areas of the screen to find chickens was a pain.
Summary: There may not be much fanciness in this game, but it is fun to watch those chickens rise up to heaven. The game is a pretty basic point and shoot deal, but that doesn't make it bad. There are little hidden funnies to watch and a variety of target types to help keep things interesting. If you're a serious gamer don't waste your time. If you just like to relax with a gun in hand, though, this is worth a few bucks.