Summary: If you are as old as I am, then you've probably tried most of the arcade games that are featured on this Wii exclusive version of the Namco Museum series. There are some cosmetic differences between the Remix and Megamix versions. In the case of Remix, there are 9 beloved arcade classics plus 5 Pac-Man sized "remixes": Pac-Motos, Gator Panic Remix, Pac 'N' Roll Remix (which is nearly identical to the Nintendo DS version), Galaga Remix, and Rally-X Remix.
Summary: As an older Gen-Xer, I love the old school games. I'm a huge galaxian/galaga fan and this game has both. It also has a bunch of new versions of older games. Fun for people who like simple games you can actually win in a few minutes as opposed to playing for months on a single level (like my Halo-playing teen).
Summary: Missing Pac Man? Galaga? Dig Dub? Ever wondered what they would be like in 3D??? It's a bit intense - everybody does a "Whoa!" at first. But, it's fun! Beginning levels are easy, and the levels do get progressively harder. Single player and multiplayer levels are entertaining. We've played for hours and still keep coming back. It was an inexpensive purchase - so value has been good. The Gator game can wear ya out, The controls on Dig Dub are a bit less controlled.
Summary: this game is for my 7 year old son, he likes the game. it is a god game for childern. I do not play the Wii, but have played with him it seems fun. It also has some old game from when I was a kid fun but 2D not as good as I remember them, what is.
Summary: This game has turned out to be more fun than I expected. The Pacman/Galaga mix is actually quite fun...and almost addictive. The Pac-n-Roll was tricky at first....not easy to maneuver. But once you get used to it, it's the best game on the disc. Challenging and fun at the same time. The Rally X / Pacman mix is also fun for a while...but those used to more exciting race games will not care for it probably. But overall I think this is a good addition to your Wii library.