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.
Summary: Bit of a different perspective here: Absolute beginner at Wii gaming, having skipped all consoles since the original Atari. And another twist: I covered the 2010 Winter Olympics, spending most of my time in Whistler with a couple of visits to Vancouver.
Summary: This is not a Wii Fit game. There wasn't anything in particular that claimed that it was, but from the description of 27 winter olympics events you would think that there is some physical activity involved.
Summary: After owning and loving the Sonic and Mario at the Olympic games (the summer games) we were very excited to purchase this. We personally prefer the winter games over summer, and there was genuine interest with my kids (7 and 9) in playing the various games in this title.
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: This game is pretty good. My kids seem to enjoy playing it. (7 and 9 year old) There are many different sports one can play. A nice variety to keep everyone interested. The graphics and game play are typical of of Mario Games. This one is starting to show some age compared to other new game titles.
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).