Summary: this game is NOT compatible with the classic controller or the nunchunk!! it is only compatible with the wii wheel and if you turn the remote sideways and steer by moving the remote from side to side which makes it difficult to steer and shifting the remote is not as accurate as your driving result on the screen which is very very annoying!
Summary: This is an OK game. Was expecting something similar to "that other kart game" and did get alot of similarities. All tracks are pretty much the same setup, controls are a bit difficult. Seems the kids dont really like it as much as other racing games, they said this is too monotonous to play for long. Gets boring quickly.
Summary: This was one of the cheaper games I bought, guess I wasn't expecting too much really. I loved the idea of characters based on myths, but... if your going to have pickups like Mario Kart, they could use a little more variety. Only 4 racers are available to start out with and the others you wont unlock untill you collect so and so amount of stars, not too much choice there.
Summary: It is Wii-wheel compatible, and you steer with the wii mote turned sideways. All the courses must be unlocked and I didn't see any alternate carts, each character has his or her own and that is it. You collect silver stars on the race course to use your character's "Special Power", which can be anything from freezing opponents or time warping and skipping ahead part of the map. Gold stars you collect on the maps will unlock extra characters.
Summary: I bought the game with 2 thoughts in mind.. 1) It's cheap for $20 bucks 2) Multiplayer for when friends are over. When you're playing the game in multiplayer mode, it doesn't matter how the game play is, you just want to win the race. The game is Ok and different where you use the Wii remote to steer. It does the job and adds to my game collection.