Summary: We rented this game first to see whether our kids (ages 7 and 9) would like it, and it was such a hit that we ordered a used copy immediately here on Amazon. The games are fun, and the controlling actions not too difficult for kids to figure out. We have spent countless hours enjoying Playground as a family. The multi-player games are the biggest hit, we don't do much of the single player questing through the playground, right now.
Summary: This is by far one of the best family games on the Wii. I know this is geared towards children but I can tell you from a 30 year old who has broke this out NUMEROUS times for family functions, game nights with our friends, with my nephews and niece, etc, it's been a great game for everyone of all ages. The oldest has been 60 and the youngest has been 6, if that gives you a spectrum how fun it is.
Summary: I bought this game for my little sister and it keeps her busy and entertained all day long. From the time she comes home from school. does her homework then plays the game until bedtime. It's usually pretty hard to keep her interested in a game but this one does the trick! And I have to admit that I too love playing this game just as much as she does! The only thing I don't like is Tetherball, it's pretty frustrating but I'm still giving this a perfect 10!
Summary: This is more aimed towards kids I think but that doesn't mean older kids and adults can't have fun with it! It is truly a fun game to play with the family. The games are very fun to play and great characters to play as. Overall a very fun game to play.
Summary: The simplicity of this game makes it great for people of all ages, though it appeals to a certain kind of gamer. Personally, I enjoy collecting things and am a completionist. So anyone who enjoys that kind of game will like this one. It's also great for kids because they believe they can actually beat it even if it takes them a few tries.
Summary: We've had this game for about a year and, at first, all the reading annoyed me. My daughter constantly wanted help with what the game was telling her. HOWEVER, once you read everything once, you don't have to read it again. She cared about what they were saying because she's old enough to really want to play it right. I was worried about letting my younger nephews play (aged 2-7) because of all the reading but they don't care at all what it says.