Summary: I find that the controls are kind of strange. You have to like lean the remote side to side to navigate, which is not very intuitive for me. It is taking me a we'll to get used to that, which decreases my ability to play some games. The first few games are ok, but more games that are more fun become available as you play more.
Summary: If you like word games, this one is a good choice. There is quite a variety of games within the main game. You can choose level of difficulty. This game is not geared for kids although it would make a great educational game if a child is so inclined. There are options for solo games as well as playing with others.
Summary: I ordered this for use at home with my 9 year old and 11 year old. I also ordered it to use at school as possibly an alternative after-school enrichment activity or study hall activity at my middle school. Personally, I love to learn. My Word Coach has many games to play to learn new words. It reviews the words you missed at the end of the game so that you can learn those for future games where you will see those words again.
Summary: This game did well with a topic that can be very boring. There are difficulty levels, and several VS. multiplayer games. Like most games, many are locked until you play more. All games are scored by how many you get right as well as getting a bonus for being faster then time allowed or lose points for going over.
Summary: This is a great and fun multiplayer vocabulary building game (many mini-games). If only the game used Miis. The game has its own profile/avatar system, with simple symbols to represent players. The game is still worth it. I just hope they remake it with Miis.
Summary: This is a great way to brush up on your vocabulary. And also learn lots of new words that you never knew. The interface of the game is very engaging and some of the games are very entertaining. It's great that there's lots of games to play solo, as well as with a friend. This game is great for all ages.