Summary: I highly recommend this version of Hasboro Family Game Night to anyone with small children who have a love of games. It is set up like a game show and is easy for wee ones to navigate. We played with a 6yr old and a 4 1/2 yr old and they got to complete most of the task with very little assistance. The Scrabble was challenging for the younger one but seems to be a great spelling exercise for Kindergarten and up.
Summary: I purchased this game thinking it would be fun for the FAMILY but was furious to find out it only supports TWO-PLAYERs!!!! I do not recommend this game in any way! This is not a FAMILY game night game! Hasbro you really blew it with this decision!
Summary: We have purchased FGN 1 and 2 and promptly sold them as they were not enjoyable and basically boring. This has a lot more fun packed in and we do enjoy it as whole family. Even Bop it which on the other FGNs stunk.
Summary: How can this be called FAMILY game night when its only 2 players?? I didn't even check how many players the game was for before I bought it because its FAMILY game night... All of the games are only for TWO players. Then my husband and 5 year old played it and he then informed me he didn't care if we only got $5 back if we traded it in, he wanted it to sent back since it was THAT bad.
Summary: There is no question that there has been a lack of great game shows on television right now. With the exceptions of the classics like The Price Is Right, Wheel Of Fortune, and Let's Make A Deal with Wayne Brady to name a few, game shows have really not been as smooth on television as they used to be. But with cable game shows, they have had a much rougher ride for the past several years, and have gone to the favors of reality shows.