Metroid Blast is the most complex of the games on the disc, but not because of the depth offered by the title. Instead, it uses a cumbersome control scheme that feels like a step backwards from simply using the Wii Remote and Nunchuck. The challenge of the game comes not from fighting the enemies (as they're largely brain-dead). Instead, it comes from simply maneuvering your vehicle.
The game's three "competitive attractions" prove to be the most worthwhile in the collection. Luigi's Ghost Mansion shows how much fun asymmetric multiplayer gameplay can be. The player with the GamePad sees everyone on the screen, as he tries to hunt down players armed only with Wii Remotes. Not only is it fun, but it is absolutely charming.
Mario Chase and Animal Crossing Sweet Day are variations of the same hide-and-seek gameplay. Animal Crossing is a bit more thrilling, especially as it is the compilation's only
Animal Crossing Sweet Day is the best game in the collection