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Ea Playground (Wii) - £11.99 (or £11.38) delivered @ SoftUK
Ea Playground (Wii) - £11.99 (or £11.38) delivered @ SoftUK

Ea Playground (Wii) - £11.99 (or £11.38) delivered @ SoftUK

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Rain or shine, the fun doesnt have to stop! EA Playground captures the exuberance and nostalgia of your neighborhood playground, turning your gaming space into an arena of interactive fun with immersive activities designed for kids, and the kid inside all of us. This is the definitive all-ages video game. Everyone has fun on EA Playground. Kids can bring the excitement of the playground home, and parents or even grandparents can re-experience their childhood thrills.

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i bought this previously for £14.99 which i thought was a good deal. both my kids love this game so very good value imo.

:thumbsup:

how old are your kids? Im wondering if my 2 year old will "get" this..

they are 4 and 7, some of the games are very basic- theres one like a scalectrix and you just twist the remote to change lanes to try go the quickest route, basketball where you just throw the ball etc- nothing too testing but lots of fun.

hmm i think probably a bit much still for my 2 year old. Maybe in a few months I can start him on video games

i've got a couple of girls aged 6 and 4 that i was going to get a wii for this crimbo and just wondering whether i should stock up a on a few games for them now or wait until nearer christmas. This game looks the sort of thing that they would like.

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i've got a couple of girls aged 6 and 4 that i was going to get a wii for … i've got a couple of girls aged 6 and 4 that i was going to get a wii for this crimbo and just wondering whether i should stock up a on a few games for them now or wait until nearer christmas. This game looks the sort of thing that they would like.



I'd keep watching this space, anything for under a tenner that is rated by everyone would generally be worth a punt, otherwise games tend to come down in price within 6 months of release (No More Heroes has just been posted as having dropped to around half it's RRP from it's release in March (I think)). It's also worth keeping an eye out for mispriced pre-orders, some of us picked Mario Kart up from Amazon for £19.99, again though, I'd keep go by the recommendations of others on the board (or external reviews). Hope that helps.

" dodgeball, tetherball, dart shootout and slot cars"

What? No British Bulldogs or Catchy Kissies? Cold!! lol

(for any uber-sensitive types, that was a joke. I'm not voting either way)

catchy kisses? I think you'll find that game is called Kiss Chase, surely?

Very poor game, but young 'uns might look past it for a few hours of fun.

I agree - it's very poor

I love computer games, but am perplexed by this one...
Play space combat games, as you can't really fly spaceships and fight aliens in the real world.
Play war games, because you can't really fight a war and just reset when things go wrong in the real world.
And so on...

But playing normal real-life kids games in a virtual playground?
Surely most kids can play them for real anyway. For free. And get fresh air and exercise. And friends.

[size=1](Not voted either way. It's probably a good price for the game, but whether that means it's a hot deal is another matter, imo)[/size]
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