Summary: The mix between RPG and Puzzle is good, but it becomes a little boring after some hours. The graphics are poor and you dont need to change the characters (heros), you can finish the game with the initial hero. So, its good for the right price.
Summary: This is my absolute favorite game for the Wii. It is insane with how much fun you will have with this game. Basically you match blocks of certain patterns/colors to give power to your sides monsters/people and once either your side or the others side has one of their people charged up full of energy...
Summary: This game has kept me busy for hours. The story line is okay, it could have been better, but the puzzles make you think. I really enjoy just sitting back and playing to see what new troops or items I can unlock. So far I have not gotten board, nor flustered with the game.
Summary: Music is best in series yet but it's let down by limited multiplayer and minor visual bugs. Gameplay is rewarding most of the time but some annoyingly difficult enemies may tempt you to /ragequit.
Summary: I bought a second copy for my mother and she loves it. She mostly likes the head to head feature. I finished the campaign and didn't find it too difficult. Actaully I would like to play at a harder setting. The game is a turn base game like chess.
Summary: This is a puzzle game with one or two player modes. To be honest, this game sits on my shelf a lot... I haven't played it in months. You can find similar games online for free. Not a game designed for the Wii, would be better on a computer with a mouse.
Summary: This game is good if you like to match blocks to an rpg style game with a little better than a weak storyline. Pros: good amount of game time without being so long that you have grown a beard and mold by the time you finish it.
Summary: The game is not as 'intuitive' as many others and seems to easily frustrate the younger player. The 12 yr old for whom it was purchased is slowly getting it though. Doesn't seem to have very sophisticated graphics.