Summary: Granted, I only played this game twice, but I couldn't for the life of me figure out how to play Jenga. And when I played operation, I couldn't get any of the pieces out. Forget about my 4 and 6 year olds trying it. They usually like watching me play, but I couldn't figure out how to do any of the games! The instructions, like most of the Wii games, barely gives you any information.
Summary: Bought this to pass the time while we were snowed in during an expected snowstorm. We bought this because we wanted family-friendly games so that our four year old could play. Unfortunately, the games are frustratingly difficult to control, even for an adult - forget about it for the toddler set. This might be ok for older kids, but even so, the selection of games is pretty limited. These games just don't translate over to the Wii.
Summary: The commercial made this game look so fun but the graphics are just ok and at times some of the the games are confusing, especially for younger kids. We've only played it once and no one has asked to play it again. Luckily I got a good price for it on Amazon.
Summary: I got this game for Christmas and thought it would be fun to play with friends and family. Not really. It has one cool game, Connect Four. I enjoy that one and it really is fun. Other than that, the rest stink. Bop It, I can't even get the controller to respond to. It is very frustrating. Operation was semi-fun the first time but then really boring. Jenga doesn't really let you take many blocks out without toppling. So, overall, I was very disappointed with this game.
Summary: I read a lot of reviews before buying this game for my family for Christmas. While my husband and I could certainly play it, it's a little too complicated for my 5 year old son. He has yet to express any interest in it. I'm disappointed.
Summary: I'd read other reviews of this, hoping for something fun my wife and I could play together. Well, we _can_ but the controls make it less fun. Connect Four is one of two games that we both found fun to play. The only problem with it was the difficulty of choosing which column to drop the piece down. Even using the arrow buttons, we found it likely to twitch and drop the piece down the wrong spot. (Holding it upright lessened this effect.) Pictureka was the other fun one.
Summary: Was hard to control remote ... don't think my kids can even play it for themselves. We were excited to see operation ... can't figure out how to do it. It was very hard to grab the object we were to remove from the "patient".
Summary: Purchased this game for the family Christmas 2009. The entire group of us, ranging from ages 20-65 found the "upgrades" to the game rules unnecessary and the actual classic versions of the games a little difficult to decipher. For video versions of classic Hasbro games that we had all played for years, this version was a little more "work" than "fun".