Summary: I bought WII CHESS for my son that is 9 and he wants to learn Chess. Perhaps this product is not good for WII as it is quite static and WII is made for games with a lot of movements, but I liked the rapidity of delivery and the good conditions of the product.
Summary: ITS TOO GOOD AT CHESS, LEVEL 10. ALL IT DOES IS PLAY CHESS, NO DATA ON GAME AS TO HOW YOU ARE DOING, NO OPENING MOVE NAME RECOGNITION ie THE ENGLISH OPENING, NO CHANGE OF BOARD/PIECE SET-UP. ALL IT DOES IS PLAY CHESS. AND TOO OFTEN TAKES TOO LONG, ESPECIALLY WHEN I THINK ITS LOSING THO IT NEVER DOES!!
Excerpt: WII CHESS IS ONLY FOR REAL CHESS LOVERS AS THERE IS NO REAL DEPTH TO THIS GAME. I have enjoyed playing chess since I was very young and always enjoyed playing on different consoles and it is quite amazing to see the development from the Amiga games back in the day to the new Wii games. Unfortunately Wii chess has very little features and little game play unless you are a chess addict....Wii Chess is a real disappointment.
Summary: Bought to give as a gift to a keen chess player, so I cannot comment personally, except to say that the recipient loves the game and will sit for hours playing it!! I think that speaks for itself.
Conclusion: Well it's just chess with the wii remote for Â£18 thats a bit pricey they should of released it as all time classics like on the DS so u get 50 games for your money but if your rich this could be the game for you
Conclusion: Up to 10 levels to get to grips with. For the average player things start getting tough from level 4 onwards. I`ve been on line and had no problems connecting to other players from around the world. You can either connect to players of the same rating (You start off with 1500 points and from there you either gain or lose points) or any ability. Theres some pretty tough players out there! You can choose from two time matches either 5 or 20 minutes.