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: The game is not very good. My 4 year old loved it for about 2 weeks and hasn't touched it since. I got the game from amazon warehouse cheaper then a new controller was alone. other then that I wouldn't have bought it.
Summary: I enjoyed racing the animals in the Safari Hustle most of all, but the game really is for a party or at least 4 people. Since I usually play my Wii U alone, I don't get much use out of this game, but we do pull it out when we have friends over.
Summary: I don't play a lot of Wii U games, but this has been mildly entertaining for the few minutes I played it.. definitely a multi-player title.. and there are LOTS of games to choose from. I've only tried a couple so far which were entertaining. It does include a black motion plus wiimote, so its a great value if you need a controller.
A Couple of Great Ideas Mixed with Typical Casual Nintendo Fare
18 January 2014
Summary: When it was first announced, Wii Party honestly looked to me like typical bad Nintendo casual game fare. Although it mostly was that, a few very creative modes and an excellent collection of mini-games allowed it to be one of the most frequently played games in the Wii’s later days and it was almost always played when somebody came over. I may have been one of the very few people in the world who were mildly looking forward to this, so how is Wii Party U?