The screenshots really make this game look better than it is. The control system is based around the player tilting the wiimote left and right (as in a driving game) however you have no real control of your direction inside the levels. Sonic simply follows a set path and you move left and right to avoid hazards along the way. Considering how little time you have to react to obstacles and how un-responsive the controls can be, you can be sure that you're in for a lesson in frustration.
The levels look pretty good which is just as well because you'll be seeing a lot of the same level over and over again, the levels don't rely so much on skill but playing the level as many times as it takes to memorize where all the hazards are.
The interface is another pet peeve of mine. Each time you finish a level you must return to the main menu to select the chapter then select the next level you want to play – strangely it doesn't automatically select the next level in the list.
Packaged with its many party-mini games this may be a passable release if you can get it on special for around $40, otherwise you might feel a little ripped off with this one. Personally though, even at $40 I would return this title if I could.