Conclusion: There really isn’t a whole lot to say about this game. Its sole purpose was to give parents a reason to buy Mega Quiz . Given that game shipped with the Buzz Buzzers and is focused on the older demographic, Sony felt obligated to have something for the kids to play. This is their answer.
Excerpt: Making a game for the whole family is something of a fine art, and even so called 'family' games often prove to be too difficult for some, or far too simple for the person who bought the console in the first place. Sony has really taken the bull by the horns with its Buzz!
Excerpt: Buzz Junior: Jungle Party is another game like Buzz! The Mega Quiz where you play the entire game using the provided buzzers instead of a standard controller. Instead of being a quiz game, though, this one is a party game where you compete in a series of mini-games to see who is the top monkey.
Excerpt: Buzz! Junior Jungle Party is the first Buzz! title specifically for children. The game is ideal for kids of all ages, taking them deep into a fun jungle that is packed with baseball-playing elephants, cheeky monkeys and windy gorillas.
Conclusion: It'll keep you entertained for a while, but it can't quite keep up in the long run. For parents look no further to keep the kids on their best indoors behaviour, and for all gamers young at heart, we suggest making the excuse that it's for your children or younger siblings...
Excerpt: The Buzz! series has reaped plenty of success and profit for Sony. Much like Sony’s other highly successful franchise, the SingStar karaoke brand, Buzz! has offered plenty of hours of party gaming that appeals to a wide audience, regardless of whether they are a traditional gamer or not.
Conclusion: Buzz Junior Jungle Party is a nice surprise for me. I’ve always been a fan of mini games and with a few mates playing this in between quizzes is a good laugh. Younger people will love this and it’ll make a great family Christmas game.
Pros: Different take to traditional Buzz games, Fun mini games, Easy to play
Excerpt: To be honest we weren't keen on playing this game. It's aimed at youngsters, with cartoon styled graphics, no storyline and uses the Buzz! controllers as the input device. What a complete surprise then that we discovered that a bunch of 30-odd year old guys and girls could still spend several hours...