Summary: I bought this game after watching some youtube videos of it! Looked fun and well, it is! I bought this to play by myself, and it is fun, I haven't played much of it, so I'm not sure what all is available for single player, but the game that I wanted to play was single player, so I'm happy!
Summary: I haven't played it too much yet. I mostly got it because it came with a wii-mote +, I needed some Club Nintendo coins, and it may have some good group games. I only have played one session. I forgot the name but it was some kind of zigzagging board over a coast.
Summary: Game playing is ideal for 3 or more players, not really much fun if playing solo or 2 players. However, remote works as expected. The price is pretty good considering you are getting multiple games all in one plus a brand new Nintendo Wii remote.
Summary: I love this game. It is just as good as the original. The graphics are amazing. The party games are awesome. The minigames are fun (except Lap Happy because of controls). The gameplay is great. Wii Party U is an awesome party game and I would say buy it.
Game + controller for the price of a controller...why not?!
Capt. Obvious, Amazon
1 December 2014
Summary: Bought this because it includes a remote and was cheaper at the time then a stand alone remote. The games are fun as well, although we haven't played through all of them. The description says which games it comes with and it is good if you don't have the actual board game version or if you do not...
Summary: Some of these games are really fun, like the baseball table-top game shown on the cover. I've found myself playing alone against the computer a few times. The board game-style multi-player mode gets old, though, as most of the randomly selected mini-games are not that good.
Summary: It is a great game really, there are many options to choose from and they are all fun to play. The only problem is that for a lot of these games you need 3 people to play which is disappointing when you want to just play with one friend.
Summary: It's a good value for it's cost, you get a wii motion+ version of the wii controller with a stand for the tablet controller for table games. Making this the version to buy and skip the digital copy. There's a lot of minigames, so forgive me if my review is a bit scatter-brained.
Summary: If you're a fan of Mario Party, I highly recommend giving this game a shot. While it certainly is not Mario Party, the idea of mini games tied together with a kind of overall board game is still there.