Summary: I don't play myself, but my children like the game. They seem to lose interest after a few races, but they play it at least once every week or so. It was worth the money, but my kids are young and easily amused at this point. I wouldn't recommend it for a teenage kid or adult. Works great with wii steering wheel.
Summary: My kids have a couple different monster truck games. My son was excited to get this to add to the collection. After 10 minutes of trying to get through it, he came to me complaining that the timers make the game too hard to do anything. While it comes with a unique steering wheel that can be used with any driving game, this is a difficult game for kids, even those that are great at picking up a game and being able to get into it.
Summary: This game is ok. I thought it would be for multiple players but no way. You go through the challenges and the tracks fast and then THAT'S IT! Still, it is fun while it lasts but would have been so much better if more than one could play it. If you want a super fun monster vehicle game, get "Monster 4x4: World Circuit." I don't think anything can top that! Up to four can play that and it has great handling with just your remote in the Maria Kart fashion.
Summary: My biggest problem with this game is that it's ONE player. For a racing game, that's usually unheard of. If you don't usually play with other people, than I think it's a good game to buy. The races are very good, and include things like racing on a volcano, a sandy area, in a sewer, rooftops, etc. A problem that a gamer might have though is that they might think this game is too easy. There are no difficulty levels for this game. It's not very hard to win the races.