Reviews and Problems with Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party
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5 March 2014
Excerpt: This is the review for buzz junior, jungle party. Developed by magenta and published and available on Playstation 2 and the Playstation network. It's a party game with single and multiplayer mode. It includes 40 mini games, 25 of which, are on the US version. It's a very fun quiz-game. I'm going to start by addressing the negatives...
Excerpt: I played a couple of Buzz games a while back so was interested in getting this as it was quite cheap and think my son will be pretty keen on playing it soon. I managed to get it for under £20 which was a great price. Having played a Buzz quiz a few years ago I was hoping this game would be good fun and it was to a large extent. Buzz Junior Jungle Party comes with four controllers all connected by a single wire where they plug into the console.
Worth a purchase for any PS2 owner, especially for younger kids.
27 January 2010
Excerpt: I got this game for my little brother with the buzz controllers, and was surprised with the great interactive gameplay - the best fun i've had in ages on the PS2. You control one of four monkeys, each colour-coded as the buttons on the buzz controller, and you control your monkey through an array of mini-game such as coconut hurling, monkey darts and lion taming, monkey style.
Summary: I purchased this for my 5 year old daughter at Christmas. Its great as she can play on her own or with a team of friends or family members. Being quite competitive, she gets frustrated when she can't grasp the games straightaway but with practice she will get better at them. She realy enjoys it and I will probably purchase more of the same type of game.
Excerpt: I first played this game a few years ago around at a friend's house, with a few drinks in me, and you could not get me off it. I am little embarrased to say I actually loved it given i am now in my 29th year and it is meant for juniors. The game uses the PS2 Buzz controllers and the idea behind it is that you play a number of minigames which involve timing and pressing the correct colour on your buzzers.
Summary: We bought this for Christmas but were not sure if it was a bit 'young' for our teenage kids. We needn't have worried as we have all had great fun playing the games. It is funny and a great way to have a laugh with the kids. A great range of games and you can customise so you can choose to play your favourite games if there are some you are not too keen on.
Excerpt: "I got this game for my little brother with the buzz controllers, and was surprised with the great interactive gameplay - the best fun i've had in ages on the PS2. You control one of four monkeys, each colour-coded as the buttons on the buzz controller, and you control your monkey through an array of mini-game such as coconut hurling, monkey darts and lion taming, monkey style. The idea of the game is about four little monkeys determining who to ...
Pros: Fun gameplay, colourful graphics, mini - games, multiplayer
Excerpt: "I am a big fan of the Buzz series and loved the previous two games and so decided to buy this one. I have been a great investment as it has served as great entertainment for me and my mates over the last year at Uni !! It is good due to the fact it differs from the other two as it is not a quiz but more of a brain training type of game based around quick reactions and memory. There are 40 games within the one big game and so it takes a long time ...