If you thought you've played a terrible game before...
Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
9 December 2014
Summary: You know, FarSight Studios has improved quite a lot since its contribution to the Sega Genesis version of Action 52. It stayed within the industry and made games up to snuff for generation after generation, and the developer is even behind some of the best pinball video games around.
Summary: I'll admit up front this is a biased review. The characters in this game are half-dressed, skanky, and covered in tattoos. There is an old man with his nipple hanging out for crying out loud. If that's what you are trying to teach your kids, then this game is for you.
Summary: Don't waste your money, this game is lame. I got it as part of a two pack with the Jillian Michael's workout. I wanted the workout game, so I figured what the heck. Game Party isn't worth the plastic it was wrapped it. I love air hockey, darts, skee ball and trivia games.
Summary: Although I bought Game Party for Wii a few months back, I recently brought it to a gathering so that a group of us could play it. Unfortunately, this is not a party game. Only some of the activities are multi-player, which makes no sense.
Summary: I do not like it because the Wii remote doesn't work out very good on hoop shoot. But I like it still and I like skill ball because it gives me a lot of points, so I like it very VERY MUCH! Travia is TOO hard for me because you have to guess which one is the right and spin the wheel.
Summary: I bought this game with the idea that it would be fun to play in a group setting. Thankfully, I tried it out before putting into the system in front of my friends. The Ping Cup game (basically Beer Pong) is annoying frustrating.
Excerpt: The game doesnt handle the Wii controls very wellm the games are really boring & requires no skill. The "baseball" game is actually a dart game - a better title for the game would be 11 ways to try & pull off different darts type games.
Summary: This should be called "Game Collection", or something. There's definitely no party involved. We've played each mini-game a few times, and it just never escalated to the point of real fun. Mild amusement for some (shuffleboard, hoops), and total frustration for others (beer pong).