Summary: I bought this game for my 9 year old daughter. We like to play games as a family so we thought we would try this. It is a fun game but hard to navigate at first. Once you get the hang of things it is pretty fun.
Summary: All been said in other reviews really. Three year old granddaughter loves going round mountain resort on horseback but sometimes needs help with controls. We 60 plus year old grandparents do not generally play computer games so have nothing to compare it with but just the two of us are enjoying a game of this together most evenings: well there's not much on the telly is there!
Summary: After our Wii resort game got scratched, we wanted something we could play as a family. This is amazing and brilliant fun. What's more my two didn't get bored with it. My daughter loves riding her horsey!!
Excerpt: I had really enjoyed the board game element present in Wii party so much so that I hit google and entered board games on the Wii and one of the first titles to come up was Go Vacation. I ended up making a potential mistake and doing no research into the game and buying it on express purely as I wanted it to play over the weekend at a get together. Was it the right decision?
Summary: I have to say I've been looking forward to playing Go Vacation since Father Christmas left it under the tree for the kids. We already have wii-Family ski and snowboard so it's a very similar approach to that. Not sure if it's me but you spend quite a bit of time travelling between activities, which us grown ups found quite frustrating, the kids enjoyed wandering about the resort, but those waiting to have a turn began getting grumpy, at the length of time it took to get...