Summary: Not fun. I bought this for the kids since the board game was so much fun, so I expected this to be along the same lines. Sadly mistaken. Difficult game play. Poor instructions, all around not worth it's weight in gold. I recommend you pass on this one. Don't waste your money on this game. PLEASE!
Summary: I bought this game for my 5 year old. If you bought this game to give yourself a little break to take a shower or pick up around the house, you are going to be sadly disappointed. There is not single player option.
Summary: This game will make frustrating play for children. For many of the games, there is inadequate onscreen instruction as to how to actually affect the items on the screen. There are no instructions in the booklet that comes with it. Very poor product development.
Summary: This game is a big disapointment compared to the table game. The awkward controls makes some challenges frustrating. I couldnt complete the simulating actions one given the little time. The painting ones would be fun but normal joes wont make it cause it requires a lot of practice.
Summary: Visually pretty and clever audio provides game-show style entertainment for the "contestants". The puzzles are a series of mini-games that are often require one team member to communicate the answer to another team member through pictures, symbols or word substitution in a manner similar to...
Summary: First, I really wish I could return the game. If you want a good "board game" type experience with your Wii buy Mario Party 8. It is a blast, Nintendo did an awesome job with it, and you can play it by yourself.
Summary: This game is a waste of money. Played it for an hour w/ a 9-yr old & she was just as disappointed, considering we're big fans of Cranium the board game. As others have mentioned, it's annoying to not have a choice in the mini games you play & the loading between the mini games is a waste of time.
Summary: "I purchased this game as a gift for children. "Memoroll," "Cameo," "Blankout," and "Graffitii" are sections of the game that simply do not function. I was lucky enough to get a Wii when they first came out, and after a year of using the Wii-motes, I cannot get the game to respond to my movements...
Summary: we got this game a little while ago for the family, as we love the board games. It was Ok first time round. The second time, three of the games didn't work. They simply didn't function. If you have a look around, most people have this problem.
Summary: While the concept of the game is good, the implementation is simply awful. Within no time you'll be frustrated with the infuriatingly flawed controls, annoyed with the grating audio and utterly bamboozled as you wave your Wiimote around wondering why you wasted your money on this truly terrible...