Excerpt: Today is one of those days I am so very thankful I get to work at Family Friendly Gaming. Why? Today is the day I am getting to review Hasbro Family Game Night 3 for the Wii. I have been playing this fantastic home console game the last few nights. I am amazed at how much family fun has been put into this product. The board games included this time are Clue, Life, Yahtzee Hands Down, Twister, and Mouse Trap.
Classic-ish board games reconfigured into party video games.
Common Sense Media
21 August 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Hasbro Family Game Night 3 is the latest entry in a very commercial series that features and promotes Hasbro board games. It has also just gotten more commercial with the debut of the Family Game Night TV series. This particular entry in the franchise features the game "Clue," which revolves around detectives solving a murder and requires the discovery of the murder weapon.
Excerpt: If ARG stands for Augmented Reality Game, then EyePet for PSP requires an extra letter, since what it offers is more like a series of mini-games than a whole game. So far, so like the PS3 version ? Actually, no; there is more variety here and the mini-games work better. Casting aside the unreasonable requirements of playing EyePet on PS3, regardless of Move , i.e. rearranging your living room, the nature of the PSP version makes for a more intimate experience.
Excerpt: After the mediocre showing of the first Game Night on XBLA, Hasbro’s virtual board game collections lost all appeal to me. The fact that subsequent releases were not backwards compatible with the Game Night HUB was also disappointing, making transparent that EA and Hasbro were in it for the quick cash rather than the long haul. While this still holds true, there’s no denying that Game Night 3 is a considerably more well-rounded package than previous entries.
Summary: Lancée dans une relative confidentialité, cette nouvelle compilation de jeu Hasbro nous présente un ensemble convenable, sans plus. Certains jeux sont plutôt sympathiques à parcourir (Yahtzee, Destin), d'autres (le Cluedo en tête) s'avèrent soporifiques au possible.