First you need a walk-through for this game or you will be very lost. You have to collect items and then combine them with other items to accomplish things. Without a walk-through I never would of been able to figure it out before I threw the game out of the window. Second there is more dialogue then there is actual game-play I found myself just skipping over it to get to the game-play. All in all this game is slow and boring.
It's an old-school point-and-click adventure; that much you know. The problem with this is, despite the interface, it's a bit clunky on the Wii - getting your Wiimote over the exact portion of the screen to click can be a bit of a chore. I'd have also appreciated if Nina moved a little faster.
But the worst part was the lack of any sort of autosave - the game crashed on me, and I would have had to start again from the beginning. I'm sending it back and checking out the DS version instead; if I have to start over anyway, I think the DS will be better suited to the material.