Needs a lesson in "Party Games" vs "Hardcore Games"
T. Jacobs, Amazon
7 August 2010
Summary: Family Game night 2, at least for Wii, is an absolute nightmare. The controls are unintuitive, and more importantly, they are minimally explained/not at all explained at all. Family Game Night inhabits the gaming zone known as "party games" - people are *not* going to be familiar with the controls...
Summary: My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed the first Family Game Night and were excited to hear some of the new games on Family Game Night 2. Our enthusiasm was short lived when we got the game. There's really nothing good to say about the game.
Summary: Using the remote and explaining to our children was tough. The remote use is more complex than Wii Sports and Resort, which our children love. Don't know how to play sorry and Wii Game Night didn't explain the rules either.
Summary: I bought this game for Christmas 2009 based on other reviews and wish I wouldn't have wasted my money. It is virtually IMPOSSIBLE to control the thing. Pictureka you try to click on the right thing and it clicks on something next to it. Connect 4 it will never drop in the right slot. Operation..
Summary: These games are way better in person and not at all exciting on wii. Jenga is way too hard and not fun for any age. I had much higher hopes for Operation, but they changed it too much. My family won't play this game ever again.