Summary: Parents need to know that Wheel of Fortune is a family-friendly game that can be played with 1-3 players. Each player will need a separate Wii controller to play this game as there are buzz-in, toss-up questions. The Wii Speak can also be used to control aspects of the game, such as selecting letters, buying vowels, and so on. There are 8,000 word puzzles, so while there is the chance that repeats will occur, that should be a rare experience.
Excerpt: I vaguely remember the UK version of Wheel of Fortune when I was a lot younger, this has apparently since been cancelled, although the American version is still going strong as of today. That’s why this Wii game has the American hosts and is also the reason that cash is displayed in dollars. Hey, why should I have to check an online currency converter at the end of each game to see how much money I have won?