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 want all the set up that's involved. Overall happy with the purchase.
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. This game is disappointing as a "Party" game.
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. The wiimote that came with it though was definitely a great deal.
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. There's 3 modes to play, a board game sorta thing where you and friends compete to get around the map and get to the goal by completing minigames.
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. Don't plan on hunting stars or collecting coins though, it's more or less a race-to-the-finish or some other turn-based competition, where the winner of the mini games gets an advantage.
Summary: A terrible game that has absolutely no content worthy of holding even a 2 year olds attention. That's exactly why wii party U sold so bad, people realize these shallow empty games aren't worth paying for when they have iphones and android phones.
Summary: This game is a great party game, and everybody should be able to pick it up and play. There are so many mini games that I've had 2 parties, and haven't got any mini game that we've played twice. It utilizes the Gamepad very well, and you can tell that they put a lot of thought designing the game. However, the board game stuff slows down everything, and most of my friends agree that it is quite boring to watch the animations.
Summary: This is actually a really fun party game to play with none gamers and kids. I got this to play with my wife because she isn't really into any video games, and she loves the mini games, and different modes. Very easy to pick up and play, plus since this one came with a Wii mote plus it was a great deal!