I have wanted to start an exercise program for a while but did not know where to start. Wii fit plus makes it hassle free. It measures me, helps me set weight goals, helps me choose which exercises are best for me and keeps track of my data on a nice little gragh. I probably would have given up by now on any program I started alone, but with Wii fit plus I can see my progress. That motivates me to keep working out everyday.
Skylanders Is not only a fun game it is also interactive using toys to bring the game to life is the best part of the skylanders game. now all they need to make is a Pokemon game with the same concept there is a million dollar industry waiting to happen.
Bought this game for my son and he just loves it. He can't seem to get enough. He just loves the fact that you can inner change the characters so easily without going through different screens to do it. You can just change them whenever. The only down fall is you kind of need different characters for different areas in order to best play the game. For the most part though it's really great!
I sent this for his birthday. He was very happy and was able to use it with ease. He is 8. His parents did have to purchase another piece in order to use it. I was not able to determine that when shopping on line.
As my title states, this game is a carbon copy of the previous years game. About the only thing new you'll find is some minor roster updates and a 13 in the title instead of 12. EA showed customers what they really think of them and gave them the exact same gameplay with nothing new added as well as the exact same menus, graphics and sound. As a game itself its a great playing soccer sim. However I cannot recommend buying it at all since you cam get the exact same game with FIFA 12 for a fraction of the cost. Overall this game is a prime example why EA was voted the worst company in America.
Great when playing with friends, not single player
This game is so fun when you get other people playing with you. Just like the new SMB but with Kirby. Single player though gets a little repetitive, there's a few things to make it not so bad like trying to collect all the gears (for the completists) bonus stages and strategy levels. But when I would play this game alone, I would only play about an hour at a time because it begins to get a little boring. The game does progress nicely, starts off easy and begins to get challenging at a good pace.
Long story short, great fun when playing with a few friends, mildly entertaining when playing alone.
Besides the somewhat playable Twilight Princess spin-off, this was the very first Legend of Zelda game that I had ever played. I fell in absolute love with the sword gameplay, especially the amount of accuracy my swings of the Wii remote. This game features challenging puzzles that would confuse a younger player, (IE 9-10 year olds), but has hit a sweet spot for players over the age of twelve. I found myself confused many times, but eventually figured out the correct course of actions. I spent well over fifty hours beating the main plot, which can be translated as less than a dollar per hour of fun! After you beat you main story, you are able to take on the game once more in "Hero Mode." Hero Mode is a more difficult version of the game, with redesigned dungeons. This ups the replay value ten-fold! In the official Zelda timeline, this game is credited as being the first chronologically, but is perfect for beginners in the Zelda universe. I would suggest this game to everyone and anyone. I find this game to the best Wii game that I have held the pleasure of playing. Miyamoto and the entire Nintendo team really outdid themselves on this game that may, and probably will, always be considered a classic example of how motion controls should be.