Summary: From the product description, this game sounds like endless fun, but it depends on the player. I like how each game has a demo that you can review to see how the controls work. Many of the games involve repetitive button mashing, so I would recommend the Wii version over the DS.
Summary: I am writing this review based on the feedback from my 8 year old son. He has at least 6 to 7 different Mario games. His favourite is the New Super Mario Bros and he thinks the Olympic games is just over half as good as the Mario Bros game. So I think that converts to 6 on a scale of 10 (10 going to New Super Mario).
Summary: I got this game for my husband and I for Christmas . We are new WII owners I thought it would be fun since the winter Olympics will be happening soon. There are alot of different events to choose from , including figure skating ( go figure). There are options to play some of the events with the WII fit board along with the remote. While you don't need the board to play most of the games it definately is fun to have it.
Summary: I bought this game as a gift as I already have a copy myself but wanted to play online with my nieces who live in a different country so I bought it for them. The game has the Wifi logo and I had therefore assumed this would be possible. It isn't! You are only able to compare records and leader boards using the wifi feature of the game.
Summary: I was really excited about getting this game, i already own Mario & Sonic at the Olympic games and really enjoyed it (Dispite the arm ache the day after) but with the Winter Olympics i feel the game has gone backwards a bit, so much so that my girlfriend asked if this one was made before the Olypic games. I really like that you can play from start to finish of the Winter Olympics doing all the training events and then the full Olympic events.
Summary: Got this hoping to get a longer-lasting, more involving game which uses the WiiFit board than you get from WiiFit Plus. The games are fun, but not as good as I was expecting - not as fast or utterly bizarre as, say, Super Mario Karts. And somehow, not as engaging as the WiiFit Plus games. My kids (7 and under) don't often ask to play it - WiiFit Plus is always more popular.