Excerpt: What is it? Everyone played games at school. EA Playground turns the school yard into a bright, fun place, where kids are waiting to play their favourite games. You must challenge all the kids and attempt to fill your sticker book with the stickers gained by winning.
Conclusion: You’ll have cracked the game apart after a few hours play (that is if you can put up with it) and there is certainly nothing that makes me want to return and have another game of Dodge ball. Family-fun maybe, but this is no Mario Party and certainly not one to crack open at Christmas.
Conclusion: Although EA Playground is obviously meant for children, it falls short severely in depth. The comparisons to Wii Sports are inevitable, and since Wii Sports is free EA Playground is going to be hard pressed to compete with Nintendo's packaged in title.
Summary: EA Playground captures the exuberance and nostalgia of your neighborhood playground, turning your gaming space into an arena of interactive fun with immersive activities designed for kids, and the kid inside all of us.
Summary: “EA Playground” is a game that will likely appeal to the younger crowd and there’s nothing wrong with that. Parents who are looking for something other than Wii Sports for their kids to play with will find that “EA Playground” hosts a short variety of fun games to play that also promotes multiplayer...
Conclusion: From the competitive ball games and the more individual challenges of Paper Racers or Dart Shootout to the exploratory fun of discovering marbles and hunting bugs, EA has put together a collection of games that can reasonably appeal to a diverse age range.
Pros: Great breadth of games that will appeal to many age levels, Tetherball and Kicks are intense and engrossing, Multiplayer is good fun.
Cons: Many games lack lasting appeal, More difficult CPU opponents can feel cheap.