Summary: My kids are almost 7, 4.5 and 1....obviously the 1 year old isnt playing this game ;) but our older kids are enjoying it. They love the smurfs and this game is easy enough for them to play without requiring my help or my husband's. It's a little repetitive but they don't mind. And this game only uses the remote, which we like better than the games that need both the remote and nunchuck. Decent purchase, would recommend this game.
Summary: I loved the Smurfs when I was little so I though this game might be something I would enjoy. While it was fun to play a few times, it left a little to be desired for me and isn't a game I would see myself playing very often in the future.
Summary: Poor game mechanics- it was hard to tell how to make things happen such as switching menus or moving. The storyline was that Smurfette was caught by the Naughties and befriended them. Her Smurf buddies attempt to rescue her and she has to choose which group to stay with. The player is a smurf who is trying to rescue Smurfette.
Summary: The kids got bored with this game within the first hour. At first it is kinda cute, but after a while it gets pretty repetitive especially with an 8 year old working the controls. Overall, this game could be a little better. Certainly a little easier for the younger kids. I would recommend this game to kids above 10.
Summary: The Smurfs 2 for the Wii is a decent game for the kids that follows the action of the Motion Picture. Smurfette is kidnapped by the naughties who are controlled by Gargamel and as Papa Smurf or one of the other Smurf gang you try to chase down the kidnappers and rescue your sister. The game has about 30 levels and six boss battles. The gameplay is fairly easy and Kids who can get thru Donkey Kong or Mario Galaxy should have no trouble.