The system comes with one remote control. The size of the remote makes handling very easy for little ones and the "one big button" is a feature that Alex really enjoys using when he plays his games. It also comes with one game entitled Action Mania that is jam-packed with active games like racing cars or bobsledding for example.
I particularly enjoy the fact that this system will hold its own games. On the top of the system is a storage area that can store the games easily and fosters independence as Alex can take out and put away his own games as he chooses.
We found a great deal on some games so we picked up 2 different ones for Alex and gave him the system with the games for a gift at his birthday party.
He was excited for sure but he didn't really understand what he had received. He only understood "Thomas & Friends" and "Handy Manny" as those are the games he received.
Once we got home, we opened up and put in his Thomas & Friends game to play. I love how he learns things like time management, problem solving, colors, and more from just this one game. And from the Handy Manny game, he's learning about things like patterns and even how to speak and understand Spanish.
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** Thanks to Vtech for the V.Smile Motion System to review.**
**This review is based strictly on my experience and opinion. I was not compensated in any way for the review itself or to influence my choice of words. Others may not agree with my opinion.**