Family Favorite Wii Games

Summer days are long and hot, with only so many times the kids can visit the pool. Believe it or not, in between family outings and playing in the water, we all still play the Wii over 2 years after making the leap to buy it.

For the older boy, the xBox has snagged full attention. But for the rest of us who don’t much care for regular video games, we turn to the Wii for indoor entertainment. Here are the games we all still play the most, especially with friends and family…

1. Just Dance
My daughter’s favorite game, which she loves to play with her friends. The movements involved are a bit too simple for me and it’s focus is competition, but it’s perfect for a pair of 8 year olds. I almost wish we had a few extra Wii remotes so more than two could play, although they do just fine most the time with only two remotes. They also get some serious exercise without leaving the livingroom, which I love.

2. We Cheer and We Cheer 2
Both of these games happen to be my favorite, even though they were originally for my daughter. Once in awhile if I have the time, I’ll pop one into the Wii and get dancing. I prefer playing alone, so I can challenge myself to get better scores on my profile. My daughter only plays this one if others are playing with her, but since we got Just Dance she hasn’t played much. I personally prefer it over Just Dance because the moves are more complicated and I feel I get a better workout while having fun.

3. My Fitness Coach
I’ll admit I haven’t done very good using this one to the fullest. When I first got it, I exercised almost every day and followed the program the best I could. I just flat out don’t have the time for it now, although we still use it for Yoga once in awhile. That alone has made this one worth it. Although I SERIOUSLY need to get my hands on Wii Fit , since it has a whole lot more in the relm of Yoga and fitness. Plus my 13-yr-old cousin highly recommends it (and trust me, she is very picky!)

4. Wii Sports
Surprisingly, we still occassionally play the original game that came with our Wii. Mostly for the bowling as a family or with adult friends, although sometimes my daughter will play tennis with herself or others. There’s a little something for everyone on this disk, making the Wii totally worth it alone.

That’s all the main games we play on a regular basis…what games do you still play on your Wii?

Top 10 Dance Games for Wii

There’s no shortage of Wii dance games. With good reason, though – they’re fun and you get a good workout.

You should keep in mine when buying dance games for Wii that they are meant for entertainment first and foremost. Should you get a workout or pick up a new dance move, that’s just a bonus.

We’ve put together a list of 10 dance games for Wii here at Idea Queen to give you an easy reference when looking for some fun new games. The first 2 are games we own and love, while the rest are rated top games on Amazon based on their reviews.

1. We Cheer 2
By far our favorite Wii game, even more so than the original We Cheer. While there really aren’t more songs (both We Cheer games have about the same number of songs, no repeats), we appreciated the different levels of difficulty. Instead of just 2 levels for each song, there’s now 3 and they’re a little more evened out (easy really is easy, normal is a bit of a challenge, and hard really is hard!). Since it’s focused on arm movement, you don’t have to learn complicated steps, but still get a nice workout.

2.We Cheer
The original We Cheer game was one of our all time favorite Wii games. The selection of songs were a nice mix of classic, new, and current Disney favorites. We especially liked the 2 player option to it, and the fact we only needed 2 regular Wii remotes. No extra equipment. It was a great “starter”, and we still play it once in awhile, even though the 2nd has proved to be more fun.

3. Just Dance
Features over 30 different songs, also with a nice range of classics from 70s, 80s, 90s, and today. What we like the most about this game is it doesn’t require a dance mat – just the Wii remotes, like our previous 2.

4. Just Dance 2
Better than the original? Possibly! If you liked the original Just Dance, there’s a good chance you’ll completely fall in love with the second. Includes over 40 different songs for more dancing similar to the first.

5. Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party Bundle
Great selection of songs, however, you do need a dance mat for this game. The plus side is, Amazon has an excellent selection of both new and used bundles for the game and mat both.

6. Dance Dance Revolution Hottest Party 2
Already have Dance Dane Revolution and the mat? Try the next one out! More songs from the last 4 decades to get you up and moving.

7. Gold’s Gym Dance Workout
If your looking for something that puts a bit more focus on workout, this is the game for you. It doesn’t use a dance mat, and has the option for using only one or two Wii remote (as does Wii Cheer). Has some of the similar songs as the other dance games, but still enough variety to keep you interested.

8. Dance Dance Revolution Disney Grooves
If some of the other Wii Dance Games have “suggestive” moves you don’t care for, this one might be a better option. Do note it does require a dance mat, and some kids may have some problems keeping up with the moves. However, if it’s a challenge they’re looking for, you might love this game.

9. Dancing with the Stars: We Dance!
If you’re looking for more games that does NOT use a dance mat, this one might be best. Uses remote and nunckuk only. If your a big fan of the Dancing with the Stars, this Wii dance game might be perfect for you.

10. Dance on Broadway
Are you a big fan of musicals? Give this Wii dance game a go! Features 20 different Broadway musical songs, complete with Broadway-style choreography. Uses just Wii remotes…no need to have a dance mat!

Have fun!

Wii Review: Wii Music

Wii Music Review

By Elizabeth Cowen

Average Score: 3.71 out of 5
Read more about our scoring system here

We were very excited about this game when we first saw it was coming out. My husband and I pre-ordered it at the game store weeks before it came out and rushed to the mall to get it the day it was available. Things did not go as well as planned. We no longer have the game. It was the first Wii game that we sold.

Fun Factor 2 out 5
This game was fun for a couple of days. I really enjoyed the handbell game, but it got boring quickly. I thought my children would enjoy making the music videos, but they lost interest after the first try.

Family/Group Factor – 5 out of 5

For a family that enjoys the game it is a great family game. There are lots of musical instrument choices and the ability for the whole family to make videos together.

Too Easy or Too Hard – 3 out of 5
The different instruments were not hard to learn. The directions for the different things you can do on the game are almost non-existent. After playing for a week I still had no idea of what I was supposed to be doing to unlock new lessons.

Activity Factor – 3 out of 5
Most of the instruments can be played without standing up. There is some activity in moving your arms to play music, but if you are looking for a game to get your family off the couch and moving this is not the game for you.

Child Friendly – 5 out of 5
Everything in this game can played by any age. Even my 2 year old was able to get in on making videos with us.

Variety – 5 out of 5
I played this game for several weeks and never played all of the instruments that are available. There are lots of choices in instruments, locations, video covers, and more.

Addiction – 3 out of 5
I could see this having a higher addiction score if your family enjoys making the videos and sending them to friends. My family never got into this game so we had a low addiction score.

Additional Comments on Wii Music

My family quickly traded this game for another game. We tried to play it several times during the month we had it, but no one in the family ever seemed to get into it.

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Wii Game Review: Carnival Games

Average Score:
2.86 out of 5

Read about our scoring system here

Don’t let the average score above scare you completely off this game, as we have rated it based on seven different areas of scoring which we feel are important for family games that keep you entertained while getting you in shape. This review is mostly for families looking for great games to play with elementary-aged children, and was tested by a mom, an eight year old boy, and a six year old girl. The details of this Nintendo Wii game review can be seen below.

Review of Carnival Games

Fun Factor – 3 out of 5
Carnival scored a little low on the fun factor, simply because some of the games were quite frustrating and based only on luck. The kids seem to like it, but not quite as much as the original Wii sports. You play for virtual prizes and tickets, which I thought they would get into, but they didn’t that much. They do like unlocking things, but for some reason it just isn’t enough of a draw to keep playing.

Family/Group Factor – 4 out of 5
Since there is a multi-player option for both multiple remotes and only one, we scored this game pretty well on the family factor. Everyone can get involved at the same time and play against eachother just like you can play alone. The only difference is you don’t get the tickets and prizes like you do alone. Still, being able to play together is important, and this game delivers.

Too Easy or Too Hard – 2 out of 5
Was it too easy? Absolutely not. The learning curve for some of the games was actually quite difficult and my kids had a heck of time. Many of them they quickly gave up on saying it was way too hard. Plus several are based on more luck than skill, leaving little room to improve on and lots of frustration.

Activity Factor – 1 out of 5
We weren’t too impressed with the activity factor on this game, since many of them you can even sit down and do. If you do have to stand up, the motions are rather weak. Two of the games actually require vigorous movements for a very brief moment, thus the reason it did get a 1.

Child Friendly – 2 out of 5
While the carnival theme and ability to change clothing or add goofy items is child friendly, some of the things said on this game are not. The vendors of the games can be quite rude at times, and my six year old actually pointed this out. She actually pouted a bit when they’d say things like “Are you even trying?” or “Maybe if you’d actually win we’d give you a prize!”. While I’m sure they were trying to get the whole carnival game experience, I didn’t think this was actually good for a child self-esteem.

Variety – 5 out of 5
Variety was the strongest point of the game, since there are quite a few games you can play right away and unlock as you go (unlike some games, the majority of the games are already unlocked while just a few are locked that aren’t even part of the “main” selection of games, but rather “super” games based on only scoring instead of tickets). This is a great game if you are looking for multiple activities for the kids, and the main reason we purchased it. I figured there would be plenty of room for them to find favorites and games the kids could easily play.

Addiction – 3 out of 5
There is a slight addiction quality to Carnival with the whole ticket and prize system, but not much. Some games weren’t hard to reach the “Jumbo Prize” level and a few bonuses were fairly easy to get with 25 or 50 tickets. However, I don’t know as I’d want to sit and play until we had 300 or 500 tickets just so I could wear something on my character. Plus of course I don’t have “I’ve done something useful” feeling as I do with Wii Sports. The kids will play for maybe 20 minutes before wanting to switch to something else that’s more entertaining. They aren’t too interested in unlocking items. My six year old has a computer game she collects tickets with and does enjoy it, but this one just doesn’t seem to have the same pull.

Additional Comments

If you are looking for a slightly lazy game for the family, you might like it. I think we would have liked it more if not for the comments the vendors make. Carnival might be better suited for an older child who wouldn’t get quite so frustrated by the difficulty and rude comments.

My advice is to rent this game first if you have doubts on if it would be a good family game for you.

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Wii Review: Spiderman – Web of Shadows

Spiderman: Web of Shadows Review

Average Score: 3.71 out of 5
(Read about our scoring system for Wii games)

Don’t dismiss this game just yet – the reason for our lower score is only because of the low “family” aspect of the game. If you are looking for a great game for a boy who loves Spiderman, this is a perfect fit!

Fun Factor 5 out 5
While mom and sister weren’t too excited about the game, the 8 year old boy of the house was very much into it and played it for hours. I haven’t seen this kid play a game as much as he did Spiderman – Web of Shadows in ages. He REALLY loved this game!

Family/Group Factor – 2 out of 5
This is basically a one player game, and all the rest of the family could do was watch. However, my 6 year old daughter DID sit and watch her brother play with zero whining about wanting to play something too. She was perfectly happy to watch him play, thus the reason we did give this game a 2. I rarely see my youngest actually WATCH without wanting to join.

Too Easy or Too Hard – 4 out of 5
It only took my 8 year old a few minutes to figure out all the controls, then he was good to go with very few problems. Would a younger child figure them out so easily? I don’t know. Plus there is some needed reading skills to help you along with the missions, so this probably wouldn’t be the best for real little ones.

Activity Factor – 3 out of 5
While there wasn’t a whole lot of jumping around, my son did stand the majority of the time he played and did a few Spiderman-like moves (web slinging, for example). Just the simple fact that he was up and moving a little for a few hours earned this game a 3 in the activity factor.

Child Friendly – 4 out of 5
If you are a big fan of the Spiderman cartoons and have no qualms about cartoon violence, then this is a very child-friendly game. Should you mess up a bit, the game is good about not teasing for losing (while he was playing, I heard a character say “No problem, try again” or something similar in an upbeat voice). There is, however, fighting in Spiderman style.

Variety – 4 out of 5

Instead of the old fashion Mario games where you go from level to level, this game gives you missions to complete instead. I loved the set up and the ability to roam freely around the city.

Addiction – 4 out of 5

Since there was no frustration and it was overall a fun game for the boy, the addiction level was quite high. There’s the aspect of wanting to complete all your missions that keeps the kids wanting to play for so long.

Additional Comments

Overall this game is a perfect for one kid needing a personal game, but not so great if you are looking for something to do with the whole family. Since our whole drive at this site is to find games that work for everyone, we had no choice but to give it the lower score. Taking out the family factor you have yourself an excellent game for a die-hard Spiderman fan.

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Wii Cheer 2 Review

Wii Cheer 2 Review

Average Score: 4.71 out of 5
(Read more about our scoring system)

The first We Cheer has always been one of our favorites. When the second one came out, we couldnt waite to get our hands on it. It did not disappoint, and is even better than the first. New songs, new moves, better levels, and new characters. This has become a fast addiction!

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Fun Factor – 5 out 5
As if the first one wasn’t fun enough, this one is even better. There’s some new moves and lots of new songs (quite a few that mom is in love with, actually). It’s even more addicting than the first one, that’s for sure.

Family/Group Factor – 4 out of 5
An improvement to the first We Cheer is they added boys to the squad. Even though my 9yr old son still isn’t quite interested in it, some boys might be. Not all the songs are “girly girl” songs, so they could get into it too. There’s also a 2 player option as in the first one, where you can cheer together using just 2 remotes.

Too Easy or Too Hard – 5 out of 5
Another improvement from the first We Cheer is they’ve added an “easy” level which you can work on and still unlock new songs. Instead of “hard” and “harder”, there’s now “beginner”, “intermediate”, and “advanced”. The little ones should have no problems getting past the beginner levels, but still a challenge for the advanced levels so it keeps you playing.

Activity Factor – 5 out of 5

At first I thought it was slightly less than the original We Cheer, but quickly found out this wasnt the case. It does get you moving and I was VERY sore the next day after playing this for just an hour.

Child Friendly – 4 out of 5
There’s still no voice in the second We Cheer, and you are forced to read some things on the screen. This could be a problem for younger ones wanting to play. Also some of the songs, while edited, you may have a problem with. Songs such as “Just Dance – Lady GaGa” and “Girlfriend – Aviral” may not be the best for little ones.

Variety – 5 out of 5
Another improvement in the second addition of our favorite game is the amount of variety. You have the ability to unlock songs faster, and start out with more than in the original. There’s also a new challenge area you get to unlock as you go up in rank.

Addiction – 5 out of 5
Several hours logged and we still have yet to “beat” the game. This is for sure addictive, and it’s hard to find a stopping point. I’ve heard myself saying “just one more song!” many times, even going back to my favorite songs and trying to beat my high scores even though I haven’t gotten through everything yet.

Additional Comments

As mentioned before, they’ve made a LOT of improvements to the first We Cheer, making this one of our new favorites. Even still we go back to the orignal once in awhile to play some of our favorite cheers, but this one has kept us well entertained. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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Wii Review: We Cheer

We Cheer Review

Average Score: 4.29 out of 5
(Read more about our scoring system here)

An adorable game for little girls packed full of fun and an awesome addition to your Wii game collection! We couldn’t wait to open this game up and play it, and were very pleased with the amount of engergy it takes to play We Cheer. If you are looking for a game that gets your girls up and moving, this is the game without a doubt!


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Fun Factor 5 out 5
Fun Factor – 5 out of 5 The adorable girls on the TV and the great music is super fun to do the routines to. You can’t help but have a blast dancing to the music! Because of the variety in the moves and songs on We Cheer, you don’t get bored easily.

Family/Group Factor – 3 out of 5
Unless you have four remotes and an all girl family, this game doesn’t score very high on the group factor. Of course the boys aren’t going to want to be cheering, and we don’t have the extra remotes to really take advantage of this option. However, the option IS there for multiple players, thus the reason for the 3. The music choices will probably please both kids and parents, since there are both older and newer songs available to cheer to.

Too Easy or Too Hard – 4 out of 5
Each routine and song has a difficulty factor displayed before you start, so you decide the difficulty level. Plus you go through a practice section before you jump into the main game play, making it pretty easy to get started. The routines aren’t easy, but then again mom was never a cheerleader so can’t do the moves as well as the pros can. We wouldn’t want the game too easy either, or else the kids would get bored.

Activity Factor – 5 out of 5

I couldn’t believe the workout this game gives you! I really wasn’t expecting a whole lot of movement, so it really did surprise me how much you do have to move with the cheers. Even the easy routines have you jumping and really moving your arms. If the basic game area wasn’t enough, they even have an excercise section. FANTASTIC on the activity scale!

Child Friendly – 4 out of 5

The only minor setback in this game is the lack of voices. Most screens and instructions need to be read, so if you have a younger one, be ready to help them out by reading. Although you play somewhat of a “follow the leader” when learning how to use the remotes together, so any child could do it. The adorable characters you get to cheer with and the fact there are no real harsh comments when you don’t do it perfect makes We Cheer child friendly as well.

Variety – 4 out of 5
When you get started, you have the option of picking your cheer captain out of several different girls. You also have quite a variety of places to cheer at with various difficulty levels, with more to unlock as you go. There’s also a practice area and an excercise area to choose from as well. Over all the variety of this game isn’t bad even keeping with the cheering focus.

Addiction – 5 out of 5
The drive to get a better score and get others to join your team is enough to keep you addicted. Plus the option of unlocking new songs and cheers makes you want to play more. Even older girls will love to play this one!

Additional Comments

Overall, We Cheer for Wii did not disappoint us. I wanted a game specifically for my 6 year old daughter to play that would get her really moving (she has weight issues), and this game was everything I hoped it would be. While I would like a game that gets my son involved, this one is great for her and me to play individually.


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Wii Review: My Fitness Coach

Average Score:
4.00 out of 5

Read more about our scoring system here

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Looking for fitness that isn’t going to break the bank? I’m not a big fan of “buying extras” for a system that already cost a few hundred dollars, so gave this fun fitness game a shot. It hasn’t disappointed me, and I’m glad I bought this instead of the costly Wii Fit bundles.

The Wii My Fitness Coach review you see below covers seven different areas of what we feel is important in an active family game. It is mostly for families looking for great games to play with elementary-aged children, and was tested by a mom, an eight year old boy, and a six year old girl.

Detailed My Fitness Coach Review

Fun Factor – 4 out of 5
If you don’t like to work out, then it’s possible you would score this a bit lower. The score is mostly based on what the game actually is – exercise. This makes it about as fun as it can be at times. Yes, it is work, but it’s also friendly and sometimes enjoyable.

Family/Group Factor – 4 out of 5
After everyone in the house creates a profile (which the beginning tests alone felt like a major workout to me!), there is a nice option for “group workout”. This would work especially nice if two members of the family were aiming at similar goals. I did notice for an age the youngest you can go is born in 2000, but we set one up for my 2002 baby anyway. It was hard to just sit and watch her doing the work – I had to join in even though I’d already done mine for the day! Even the eight year old boy of the house, engrosed in his computer game, paused to watch and then join in at times.

Too Easy or Too Hard – 4 out of 5
The main reason this scored so high in the easy/hard category was because it automatically adjusts to YOU, no matter what your age. Yes, my youngest thought some parts were too hard. However, it stops at intervals to ask how you are doing and if the routines should be eased up or slowed down. Half way through it had already adjusted a bit, so she had no problems at all. For adults it’s pretty simple, but still pushes your own limits just enough.

Activity Factor – 5 out of 5
I don’t think you’ll find many more games for Wii that get you moving more than this one! As you might expect, it gets a 5 in the activity section because there is nothing better than a workout if you want to get fit. It even tells you how many calories you’ve burned after the work out since your age, height, and weight are entered into your profile.

Child Friendly – 2 out of 5
Since this is mostly for adults, it’s not too child friendly. We couldn’t accurately set my daughter’s date of birth, so thus the reason for the lower score. Plus of course it’s a pretty basic workout for adults that she doesn’t quite have the coordination for just yet. The yoga was especially hard for her, although it is for me as well at times.

Variety – 5 out of 5
Even though it’s only for fitness, the variety isn’t bad at all. There’s quite a few different moves you do within the workout, and it quotes that no two are ever the same. There is also an option to include things you already have, such as hand weights, stability ball, and a step. You also get to choose the background music (and the volume), as well as the location.

Addiction – 4 out of 5
The goal system alone was enough to get me addicted. I got to set my own calendar based on the suggestion for my goal, so it gave me a little push to continue on the plan. Plus there are locations and music to unlock if you keep with it, giving you just a tiny extra push.

Additional Comments

Overall I think this is a perfect game for parents looking to get in shape who don’t want to spend the money on the Wii Fit system. I fell in love with it instantly, and enjoy all the play room that it gives for locations, music, and routines. Plus the tracking system is just fantastic, so you really get to see how well you are progressing which keeps you moving toward your goal (which there are several different goals you can set from weight loss to flexibility). There’s a lot of bang for the buck in this one, since a personal trainer could cost some major bucks and you’d have to buy a lot of videos to get the variety in My Fitness Coach!

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Wii Review: Mario Kart

Average Score:
4.00 out of 5

(Read more about our scoring system here)

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Wii Mario Kart Review
by Julie Miller
Nursing Notions

This is easily my family’s favorite Wii game and the one that is now part of our New Year’s Eve tradition with the invention of the Miller Mario Kart Cup. My family ages ranging from 40 to 3 love this game.

Fun Factor 5 out 5
With in seconds of picking your character and vehicle all the way until the end of the 4th race, you are having a blast.

Family/Group Factor – 5 out of 5
Even though the game doesn’t have room for everyone in my family to play (we have 5 and up to 4 can play Mario Kart at a time) we still enjoy taking our turn at sitting out and watching the others. We usually have at least one race for the championship after my husband gets home from work. Everyone comes running from different rooms when we here “Mario Kart Wii”

Too Easy or Too Hard – 3 out of 5
We have the Wheels to place the remotes in and I think that makes it easier, especially for little ones. And it does take some getting used to how hard to steer into the turns and how to use your presents. It has taken our 3yo a good 6 months to really be able to play well.

Activity Factor – 2 out of 5
There isn’t much activity involved with Mario Kart as some of the other games. Basically hold the wheel in your hands and making slight turning movements. If you are looking a good workout, this isn’t the game to give it to you.

Child Friendly – 3 out of 5
While this game is a lot of fun, it can emphasize winning and losing and if a child has a hard time learning just how to handle the wheel, they could be hearing, “Oh no lose again” from certain characters a lot.

Variety – 5 out of 5
There are many different ways to play Mario Kart form the traditional races, to teams races, coin or balloon battles, motorcycles, etc. There is even an option to create your own rules for the races.

Addiction – 5 out of 5
As you get better and better at Mario Kart, you get new race courses unlocked, different characters, more vehicle options. If you get good enough, you can even unlocked an option to use your personal Mii as your driver.

Additional Comments

All in all Mario Kart is a great family game and worth the extra month spent on the additional remotes and wheels. In all the months that we have had this game, it has yet to not be played at least once a day.

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Wii Star Wars Review

Wii Star Wars Lego the Complete Saga
by Heidi Lovell
Certified Business Moms

Average Score:
4.29 out of 5
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This game really brings a different perspective to the galaxy far, far away straight to your living room. This game will entertain everyone even if they are not playing! Even when our kids were not playing they loved to watch what the crazy Lego characters did next.

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Fun Factor 5 out 5
This game will have you laughing from the start. It is full of slapstick comedy and quirky videos which are based on different Star Wars movies. However all the characters have been replaced with Legos who add their unique goofiness to the saga!

Family/Group Factor – 5 out of 5
You can work as a team or by yourself. We had some who wanted to play and some who liked to watch either way everyone involved had a blast. The only difficult part is deciding who will go where, because the screen at times did not know who to follow. This made some of the characters fall off cliffs and crevices, which may cause younger children to argue who should follow who.

Too Easy or Too Hard – 2 out of 5
The Controls take some time to get used to, but in the end you do not have to think about it at all. The younger kids seem to understand the controls much faster than the adults. Once you overcome the difficulty of the controls it really is a blast!

Activity Factor – 4 out of 5
Unlike the majority of Wii games, there was not an abundance of movement required. However we have found that if you stand while you play you will want to move around naturally.

Child Friendly – 4 out of 5
As far as violence goes this game is pretty mild due to the fact that the Lego characters fall apart into little pieces instead of dying. The game has some problem solving which may make it a challenge for younger children.

Variety – 5 out of 5
For those of us that were fans of the first Star Wars this game really hits the spot! Every section is based on a different movie which contains 6 levels full of secrets and bonuses to unlock making it worth playing each level more than once. In addition, after you have completed a level you can return and play the level as a different character and even change between characters during the level, making it an entirely new experience!

Addiction – 5 out of 5
All things considered this game is extremely addicting. With all the bonuses and hilarious secrets to find this game will have you laughing and exploring for hours!

Additional Comments
If you are a Star Wars or Lego fan this game is definitely for you and your family. Sit back and enjoy it or grab a remote and jump right in to a new world of action and comedy bundled up into one unforgettable package!

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