Summary: My 8 yr old son played this at a friend's house. He lost interest in it in a few weeks. When I went to sell it at a local game/DVD swap shop- they rejected it due to the high amount of scratches. (which were there when WE bought it) So, I gave it away. He did enjoy it for awhile, it just didn't hold his interest, though. (Maybe for a 6 yr old, it'd hold up longer?
Summary: I got this game for my kids, 8 and 10 year old boys, thinking it would be a mild diversion for them. They became obsessed with it. They thought it was funny and challenging. It was accidentally left at someones house and they missed it terribly and tried saving up for another one because they couldn't wait for it. When we did get it back, they immediately took up with it again and didn't stop until they had defeated the game.
Summary: My stepsons love this game. The graphics are simple and cartoon-like, which I really thought would make the 10 year old think the game was for "babies" but he loves it. It's just challenging enough to be fun without being frustrating.
Summary: This is a great game, but relatively unknown and unappreciated by the Wii masses. Why? The company that makes it does not have the big budget marketing machine behind it and is very much dependent on word of mouth alone. So here it is: I am a father of three (9, 7 and 5). We only have one gaming system in our home, Wii, for two reasons. 1. The Wii system tends to market games that have less graphic or realistic violent content, and 2.