Summary: Our boys (ages 5 & 9) got this game 2 years ago because they are Nerf fanatics and they played the heck out of it. The fact that they can both play at the same time and still shoot targets (individually or as a team) is great. It's even fun for the adults to play with them. The first disk ended up being played so much that, after about a year and a half, it started skipping and freezing. Eventually, the disk wouldn't even play so they asked for a new one.
Summary: Buy this game if you want a replacement wii case! The Nintendo website may have cheaper options like a demo disc for 2 bucks not sure. Buy it used if you go with this option. Mercy meltdown or Hannah Montana are also good options for a replacement wii case.
Summary: This was a Christmas present for our 10 year old son. My husband and my son played it for hours. Great non-violent shooting game for kids. It is action packed and challenging enough for kids of all ages.
Summary: I love this game. I bought both this one and N-strike elite. Since the other game requires guns with a little red thing you look through I bought those guns rather than buying the guns for each, they work just fine with this one and have the added piece for the other game. Lots of nice targeting and shooting.
Summary: My son is 9 and loves both the Wii and Nerf toys, so, of course, this was a perfect game to get him. At first I was a bit worried about how violent the game was. While I don't over-protect my son from video games, there are certain ones that are a bit too violent for his age, so I worried that this would encourage him to shoot people. But the game is great for younger boys because you're not shooting people, you're shooting machines.
Summary: My boys love it, they will play it for hours if given the chance. Nerf-N-Strike Bundle The 7 year old wanted it, his twin 8 year old brothers love it and my oldest, 10 years old loves to take on all challengers using many of the assorted weapons in the software. Their eye hand coordination has improved much. Worth every penny. Think about getting at least 2 of the "guns" that hold the Wii controllers.
Summary: I got this game because my son (who just turned 3) likes the Link Crossbow Training. He likes this game and the Nerf gun that holds the Wii remote. It's a good game that he can play with his 4 year old sister. It's challenging enough that Dad can't just beat the game. I have a gold AK in modern warfare so I consider myself a decent gaming marksman. This is a good game with well mad good functioning guns that you don't have to remove the strap to use.