Game Tricks you to Buy - Shame on you. Define "Mini Game"
28 June 2010
Summary: What a waste of money...no where on the game case does it explain what a "mini game" actually is...as it turns out, you get ONE level only per game. This is a demo disc at best, and garbage at least. Don't buy it...if you want a game included, go find that game. I was so mad when I found out that I was tricked into purchasing this game, the marketing is very misleading on purpose. Shame on the Nintendo for allowing this.
Summary: For the most part, the graphics are about fifteen years ago. I played each game once or twice before moving to the next. The games just don't hold your interest. Even considering I only paid $20 for it, easily one of the worst Wii games I have purchased to date. I given this one away so that the recipient won't waste their money as well.
Summary: I bought this game just for the arcanoid, but it only has one level. All the other games have just one level as well and it gets old really fast. Plus, ofcourse, all the game look like 80s atari games, which doesn't add any value for me at all.
Summary: I purchased this Wii game without reading reviews etc. Bad idea. This game was very bad and it also had a racially charged game titled "The Hammer throw." I personally wrote to the CEO of Majesco to inform him of this and the type of product this company is selling to the public.
Summary: I like many of the games on this disk. For example, I was excited to see Bubble Bobble, an old classic on here. Unfortunately, as other reviewers have noted- it is a single level, short game. All of the games are like that. You can not ever move up to level two. In many cases the games are timed thus making a short game on level one even shorter. My son who is 9 finds very little about this disk that he likes.
Summary: This product may very well be great. However, I paid for Furu Furu Park but the seller, Tonetribe Records, did not ship. I've tried to resolve on three separate occasions without any response from seller.
Summary: I guess that it's hard to accept that after spending hundreds of dollars on a Nintendo Wii that the first game I play on the system outside of the included Wii Sports would be so dissapointing. Furu Furu Park is one of the most upsetting video games I have ever played. Let's see, I'd rather play the Camel maze game in full, original form on an emulator or in a classic arcade any day over playing this poorly done version in Furu Furu Park. The same goes with Arkanoid.