The presentation is generally good though. Loading times are non-existent and Mr. Potato Head watches over the games, cooing with excitement and pulling funny faces. The game room can be done out in a choice of four themes, with new items unlocked for meeting criteria and beating targets on each of the six games.
So no complaints there, but what has really stifled this collection is EA's lack of generosity and imagination. Kerplunk would have worked brilliantly with the Wii Remote, as would have Operation. Cluedo or Trivial Pursuit would have been more welcome than Sorry, although chances are EA are saving those for standalone releases. Still, for £20-odd this isn't a bad little budget game.