Summary: Gave this game to my friends, who owns a wii. They LOVE it. I loved the game actually but this is not a game for people that can't work their hands all that great because this game requires you to use the both the nunchuck & the remote, and since I have a bad left hand I can only use the wii remote, so I still give the game 5 stars because its good I just can't play it :(
Summary: Help Wanted is an amazingly fun game. In the game you have to work at all kinds of jobs that help you earn money to save the world. In the game the world is being attacked by many crazy things such as asteroids, aliens, etc. And you have to destroy these things before they come into contact with the earth by buying products such as rockets, lasers, etc. These products are very expensive so that's where the 50 wacky jobs come.
Summary: It's an interesting idea to go to work in order to save the world. It becomes boring pretty soon, though. Another drawback is that there is no human voice, which makes it very difficult for my 5-year old son.
Summary: This game was a lot of fun for the whole family. Note that in order to play the jobs in party mode, you have to first unlock them in the single player story mode. I was surprised at the variety of different job mini games that were avaliable. I still don't think I've unlocked them all. Everyone is good at different jobs, so it keeps the game play fair.
Summary: I find this game to be fun and just gives you a variety of different games to use the Wii mote. Each Mini game has it own feel and keeps you wanted to go back just to try to get the highest score.
Summary: This game looked like fun but it was not. I had to sit through a ton of cutscenes in the beginning of the game. There is no option to skip past them. They have a fast-forward option which still requires you to sit through it. By the time I got to some games I was already half bored. You only have access to 3 games at first and have to buy additional uniforms to unlock more. The motion controls were difficult and overly sensitive to use on 2 out of 3 intro games.