I have MS Anthology on Wii, PS2, and PSP. Any imperfections aside, I agree that MS Anthology is a nice package of games. The main gripe I have is that the Wii version has trash control options. The PS2 version is pretty great, and the PSP version is one of my favorite PSP games.
The PSP is the only version I ever owned, and I always found it to be a sound experience, no complaints. Most games of this type can have issues, due to emulation, menus, options, etc., but besides the load times, I always found it a solid effort(nothing great, but nothing terrible).
I have the Wii version as well and it's virtually unplayable. It doesn't support the classic controller; to throw a bomb you need to shake the Wiimote. Forget any precision movements, bombs are effectively useless. I can't imagine it was play tested with the controls as it shipped.
Unless a game is exclusive to the Wii, I generally looked to buy it elsewhere. Personally hated the wiimote control scheme, and always looked for games that offered classic/gamecube controller support.
Played the Anthology on PS2 and I found it to be great arcade fun!
Yep, motion controls was the bane of my existence, and the main reason my Wii sat un-played most of the time. The Wii may be one of the most successful systems of all time, but for me, it was one of the worst, and the forced motion controls is the reason why, ing GARBAGE!