Summary: This is my second purchase of this game. Bought it not too long after the original wii came out and remember loving it. This time around I was not as impressed. I really like mario style games - simple and to the point. It's great for a time killer but hard to get into the story line. Would be good for kids or those who strive to beat highs scores.
Summary: I bought this game expecting some sort of adventure game where you have to explore lands to find lost elibits. Instead you have to wander about the house and open drawers, jars cabinets ect. The game is frustrating because you can't advance in the game without collecting a number of elibits.Boring after an hour.
Summary: I got this game about three days ago and I'm ready to sell it. The gameplay is okay but after about five minutes it gets boring. Everything is repetitive which is not good for a game. The storyline is boring. It is just about some kid and how much he hates the elebits. There really is no challenge. Each level is pretty much the same except for different scenery. The graphics are okay. They are better than a lot of games. The controls also work really easily.
Summary: I saw this game and knew my daughter and son would love it. Turns out they did. They have been playing it pretty much nonstop for the last 3 days. I am pretty sure they have already beat the game, which is the biggest drawback. It is way too short. The multiplayer is fun. There are a few other modes which extend the replay value somewhat. For a seven year old, this game is simple, colorful, and fun to play. For a 35 year old, not so much.
Summary: A lovely idea for a game and the creatures are cute and make endearing squeaky noises. Both my children were very drawn to both the premise and the task. However the execution of the task requires the player to use the remote controller in one hand and the nanchuck in the other. The hands have to do different things which my 5 year old could not manage at all. My 8 year old got the hang of it after some frustrating practise.