This game is great fun, and an absolute steal considering it comes bundled with the Wii. However, if you've purchased a pre-owned console, or for whatever reason you didn't get your copy of Wii Sports, this game is worth the money. The controls for each of the sports are basic, mimicking the exact actions on screen, making the learning curve almost non-existant and allowing everyone to get involved. In terms of accessability, this has to be tops on the vast list of Wii games. 5 different sports are included on the disc, these being Tennis, Baseball, Bowling (Ten-Pin), Golf and Boxing. The graphics are basic, without taking anything away from the games, and training modes for each sport are including, allowing you to gain medals for completing various feats. There is also a fitness section, which hands you three randomly selected training scenarios, from any of the 5 sports. It then calculates things like reaction time, etc, and gives you a fitness age. It's a little basic compared to what Wii Fit will ultimatley offer, however, this game is more about the fun than the fitness side of things. In conclusion, this is one of the best games on the Wii. All credit to Nintendo for providing this with the system, as by rights they could have easily sold it separately, and made far more profit.