Summary: It is a bit difficult to be overly critical of a "free" game (a copy of this came with my Xbox 360), but while the gameplay can be a rousing success at times, frustration can be aroused as well. The games themselves are pretty well designed and gameplay is very intuitive, but the Kinect is the source of endless difficulty. There is an appreciable amount of lag from your movement to the screen, and it is just enough to make things sour.
Summary: What a fun game at the inception of Kinect, not a bad idea. Great game ideas and easy to navigate menus/screens. Maybe the control could have been better, but at the time it was released it was pretty damn good. The DLC wasnt all that hot, stick with whats on the game. Enjoyed with all of household ages 5,12, 29 and 35.
Summary: I'll never turn this game on when I'm by myself. But a few of the games are pretty fun when we get a small party going. And I think it could keep 8-13 year-olds busy for hours on end. The game has many "mini-games". Our favorite Crash Test Dummy, similar to the Hole in the Wall tv gameshow.
Summary: For $20 I really have no complaints. A few games take some getting use too but there is 20 mini-games to play not including DLC... You are bound to enjoy plenty of them. I will admit it can get a touch repetitive but it's fun and anyone can jump in and play without issue in my opinion. There are a few games that stand out like skee ball for example I do like alot and there is a horse racing game that has a skee ball type setup to it. ...
Summary: I bought this game for my two boys ages 7 and 4. I was hoping that my 4 year old would be able to play it since they aren't a lot of kinect games that my 4 year old can play. Needless to say most of the games were very difficult for him to do. My 7 year old caught on to most of them but there were some that he had difficulty with as well. I still gave this game 4 stars because it is really fun to play. My husband and I had a blast playing after the kids were in bed!