Summary: I got this hoping it would be fun AND exercise for my kids. I thought it might be similar to the obstacle course on the Wii Fit Plus, and the player would actually run and jump over the obstacles. The player just uses the remote buttons like a standard game remote to move through the game. It does not use the motion of the remote at all. This game would be way more fun if it used the Wii balance board so that the player actually runs and jumps.
Summary: I bought two of these games as gifts for my niece and daughter (both age 12), and they were both bored with this game after the first time playing it. They haven't played it since so I'm considering listing it on eBay to get some of my money back.
Summary: After playing this installment of the Wipeout video game franchise, I've come to accept that there will never be a better version than the first one on the original Wii. "Wipeout 2" took about 10 steps back from its predecessor, and "Wipeout 3" only recovers about 3 of those steps, leaving the original "Wipeout" product as the greatest in the franchise still. This game isn't a disaster, but it's not far off from that.
Summary: This game keeps getting nicer to look at and worse to play with. Amazing how they still don't get what's fun about the show. Now you can play as kids, and use coins to buy accessories, and the camera is behind the player, and yet you feel less involved in the game than you were while playing Wipeout 2. Vanessa Lachey (congratulations on the new baby, by the way) is a beautiful woman, but in the game she's a monster. And you have to use the nunchuk. For no reason, really.