Summary: I don't know that I care alot for the Wii channels. I bought the console to be able to play a specific game on it. It works fine for the game I wanted to play. But it has some complicated features that I'm not sure I understand. It's also a little too active for my taste. For someone who would rather just sit and play a game, this is a bit much. You have to get up and move. Nice if you want the excercise though.
Summary: Had issues with this Wii game basically time wasn't adding up on the game system set the date for particular date then come back the next two days or day and its still on the same date so I basically had to reset the date and time and still it goes back we stay the exact same date that I set for I couldnt barely use the remote the remotes will not sync on & off 1 minute it would the next it wouldn't and I couldn't sync on certain games that I had bought IT took a long...
Excerpt: Fun for all! This mama loves playing this game with her kiddos. Great that there is a multiple player option. We are new to WII and so far, this is only game we've come across (appropriate for young kids) that has a multiplayer option...as in all players can play at the same time. My kids are 3.5 and 6, so they are on the young side for video gaming, but I really wanted two or three games to keep us entertained/and moving on crazy New England snow days like today!
Pros: Challenging, Easy to learn, Fun To Play, Kid Appropriate, Multiplayer
Summary: My kids had so much fun with this game I had to force them to stop playing it. My oldest has a natural ability to figure out driving games. My youngest just likes to watch stuff crash and blow up. It's great that they can play on the same team so there's no fighting. It's even pretty fun to watch and the beginner levels are simple enough that at 7 and 4 the kids don't really need help beyond the initial showing of how to get to which modes.