Summary: The sound effects, music, and graphics are all top notch in this game. You can play with just the Wii controller turned sideways (which is what we do, much easier for the kids) or with a Wii controller and nun-chuck. The controls themselves are not too complicated - again perfect for a kid's game.
Summary: My 6 year old likes Wii games but isn't one of those kids that plays all the time for hours. He has about 6 games total and this one is a new favorite. Easy to use for him and doesn't need a lot of parent support like some other games (Toy Story 3)
Summary: We purchased this for my son's 7th birthday. He has been playing it non-stop with his 10 year old brother! They both love it. There are different games to play and if you play long enough, they add new venues and characters, which the kids find exciting.
Summary: I have played this game with my kids (6 and 11). It is an excellent cooperative play game for a family or group. The controls are not too complex, good music & graphics and simple enough for younger kids to play successfully. My only complaint is that there are only 4 sports.
Summary: After playing this game at a friends house, my Grandson aged 7, wanted this game. He plays this with friends and is really delighted with it. It is easy to follow. He has informed me that there is a different version with more things on, having said that it does not seem to detract from his...
Summary: Surprisingly good! My 5 year old just loves this game, which I expected to be just cashing in on the Mario name. It's proven to be a popular multiplayer game for the whole family and as a bonus has more than a few guest features borrowed from Final Fantasy.