Summary: Wii party offers all sorts of games at all sorts of skill levels, but the games themselves aren't particularly entertaining, or challenging. Directions on how to play is confusing and the games' appeal are more for the junior set than adults. The trivia, word bomb and question portions are the most ridiculous of all.
Summary: I usually love all original Nintendo titles, but this was a disappointment. The games and motions to play the games seem over-simplified so that children of age 5 or so would be able to play (point/shoot, bingo, memory, search, wag remote quickly). That's great if you have a child that age in your family that you want to include in playing this game. The problem is for anyone over age 5, there's no challenge to the games at all, and it gets very boring quickly.
Summary: This wasn't as fun as I was expecting, although it is fun for a group of people, after you play a few times, you don't really want to play anymore. Each game is about 60 seconds long, some require strategy, others are just luck. We are a 30 something couple, and we have played it 3 or 4 times with friends, but we are done with it for awhile now!
Summary: I'm really keen on this game, but it seems a bit daft that you can only get a version that includes a controller. I already have an abundance of Wii controllers, and I don't need another one. This is the only thing that is putting me off buying it. If you could get a version WITHOUT the additional controller included, then it'd be a definite purchase. Instead, I now have to wait for a controller-free version, or buy something else. A shame.