Summary: This game was so frustrating we tried to take it back the day we got it. The controls are not intuitive and often unresponsive. If you are looking for an add on to Wii Sports (which is great), look elsewhere.
Summary: I feel like I was ripped off. I was expecting something more like Wii Sports or Wii Sport Resort (both of which I enjoy playing both alone and with family and friends). I bought this game on a whim when picking up a second motion controller. When I started playing the game with a friend, we were pretty bummed that you have to pick a team and a team member, rather than just your Mii.
Summary: We just received this Decasports game and were so disappointed. It was like going back to PONG days. Pong was more fun~ the Controller didn't even seem to move with the game. It was very disappointing and bland. We don't recommend this one.
Summary: This game is not as good as I expected. The graphics are so so. The games are easy to use, but my three children all got tired pretty fast. The fun went away fairly quick. I believe there are better choices out there.
Summary: We purchased this game with high expectations, boy were we disappointed there are only about 2 games that could be considered fun and even then you would have to be extremely bored to enjoy those. I say buy a different game or just save your money.
Summary: This has lots of neat games, but you can tell its not from Nintendo. There's a pause from the movement on the controller to when it appears on the screen. Not like in other WII games. Overall, its ok once you get use to that.
Summary: I was excited at the potential this game had and looked forward to trying some of the different sports offered in this package. We bought the game late Saturday night and had an opportunity to play with it Tuesday night. The first problem we encountered was trying to activate the multi-player mode. We selected it and tried to start a game but were only allowed to select 1 player. I repeatedly read the instruction book that only indicated "after setting up the hardware".
Summary: Like others, I was hoping this compilation would continue where Wii Sports left off. Yes - I don't need a sports game to exactly imitate the real thing. Just make it fun and challenging. Unfortunately, this compilation is rather poor. From my perspective, most of the games use the same motions - up, down, left and right. For instance, you use the same motions for volleyball, soccer, badminton, and basketball. It's basically the same game repeated 4 times. Lame.