Summary: My 4 year old loves knights. He is obsessed with jousting so this is his favorite Wii game. He only plays jousting a sword fighting, but he hasn't gotten tired of it yet. We haven't played the story mode so I can't comment on that part.
Summary: Full disclosure: I'm not a big video game player. The last time I seriously played video games the controller only had two buttons. My wife, however, got a Wii a couple of years ago and has been begging me to get into playing something with her. I ran across this game and thought it might be a good fit for us because it was described as being a party game (think "Mario Party") set in a Medieval storybook world.
Summary: This game was bought for Christmas for my son, and he did not immediately play it. First time he played it he didnt like it, then he tried again in a different mode and liked it. It has things like arrow shooting, jousting, catapult shooting, dancing, pig tying, chemistry, sword fighting, beast fighting, etc. He enjoys it but says the controls are sometimes hard to do with the Wii.
Summary: My 6 year old son recently purchased this game with his birthday money at Toysrus. We were shocked it was only $[...]. He wanted a battle game of some sort and this seemed less violent than other games. He honestly loves it and plays it everyday after school. He hates when the princess beats him. We like to play as a family also.
Summary: Good game with lots of options. Archery, dueling, hog tying, chicken fighting, horse racing - lots to do here. Fun characters to choose from. Controls are simple. Jousting is the best. Kids love it almost as much as I do.
Summary: Overall we found this to be a very fun party game. And very different than some of the other party games out there. We even had some of the neighbors over to play and everyone seemed to have a great time. Some of the younger children took longer to get the hang of it, but the older ones picked it up more quickly. Pros * Very good graphics.