Summary: The price was less than half of what i would have paided in the store and the delivery came when expected. However, this game requires much more assistance then I expected. My child plays her other games with so much lesser assistance then was needed throughout this game. I recommend this game for children maybe 7 or 8 and over.
Summary: I am a little dissapointed because for the age group in question, the controller seems a little difficult to manage. My 34 month old son received it for Christmas and tried playing once but was fustrated by the fact that the game did not respond well to his motions / use of the controller.
Summary: Overall my three year old son enjoyed the game. He really liked the Sesame Street theme. It seemed to be a little too easy for him to play (he is used to playing Wii Sports Resort, etc., lol). Also, the controls are a bit clumsy, and the game is kind of slow. I can easily see a game like this ending up in the bargain video game bin...
Summary: initially got this for our son for the DS. it is wonderful on there, and he enjoys it. then, we got it for the wii. it is terrible. at times it seems impossible for the wii to read the controller's movements...and that is when I AM WORKING THE CONTROLLER! wasted money on the wii version. we also got the cookie monter carnival one...but haven't tried that yet.
Summary: when i picked this game up it was not what i expected. for a game where you paratroop into battle i thought there would be more parachuting. the graphics were bland and dated, the multiplayer was a waste of time, and there wasn't very much length to it. but one of the things i liked was the feeling of it being a classic moh.
Summary: We just got our Wii and our kids are so excited. They love playing on the computer and my 2 year old plays a Sesame Street one pretty well by herself so I thought this would be great for her and my preschooler (age 4). It is grossly overpriced for the games on there - you are paying for the Sesame Street name. You don't even get to personalize it with their name. They get assigned a shape & number as their profile. Lame.