Summary: I decided to get this one without having bought the previous version. I had actually read other people's comments, but still thought it would be worth it, as it was on a price reduction. So first the bad things; I find the music really irritating. I wouldn't mind if it was just during the set-up and ancillary sections, but it continues on through the games themselves. (I think that this is something that is put in for the Japanese market, as they seem to like that.
Summary: This is quite good with a few ifs and buts. Mostly there isn't anything I felt that made it stand out from other similar games, possibly Ptanque though on occasion that can drag on. Overall this game is worth 3 starts but for what it's worth it's much closer to 4 than 2!!
Summary: i bought this game based on the positive reviews on amazon. i was extremely disappointed. i love playing the nintendo games but nobody else seems to be able to make a decent wii game. don't believe the positive reviews of the tennis. this game doesn't even score the tennis correctly and the game play is very unnatural (although the serving is ok).
Summary: I bought this thinking it was an extension of the brilliant Nintendo Wii Resort It's not - it doesn't have the same slickness - doesn't use the Wii Miis and is not in the same league as the original:( Poor but I guess the price should have indicated that
Summary: Very entertaining watching the family exercise to this in the living room. The dog loves to join in too. Motivates the girls who are too shy and can't afford the rip-off gym prices, my family love it. Me? I'd rather read the paper, thanks all the same.
Summary: Some excellent games - especially petanque and tennis but that annoying music, ALL the way through!!!!!!!!!! Games do not need music whilst playing. Please note. Seems to be no way to turn it off apart from muting the TV - therefore, no sound effects.