Excerpt: There are a lot of different kinds of mini game compilations out there. I am in such awe of the creativity of some of these mini game compilations. Disney Guilty Party is part mini game compilation, and part mystery video game. Players interrogate witnesses to acquire clues. This is done through the mini games. The player must read the clues and then pick the guilty party.
Excerpt: There are three settings. As a rookie, you won’t have any trouble at all. Just mashing buttons or waving the Wii Remote around is enough to pass half of the challenges with flying colors. Before long, you’ll earn a promotion and the game offers more resistance. You should still do quite well, but then you’ll earn yet another promotion and suddenly all of the mini-games leave so little room for error that (until you’ve played them a number of times) you’ll fail them as...
Summary: Disney Guilty Party doesn’t really bring anything new to either the board game or the mini-game compilation genres, but what’s here is mildly fun for the family. Story Mode is roughly four and a half hours long, and although the ending can be seen coming a mile away (and it’s a stinker), there’s something inherently charming about this Mario Party meets Clue mash up.
Clue-like game provides great family entertainment.
Common Sense Media
29 January 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that DISNEY GUILTY PARTY is a family-oriented game that is both entertaining and challenging. The game is much like Clue in that players have to find clues and then figure out "whodunit" with each of the mysteries presented. The game can be played in the story mode or in party games with up to four players using one Wii remote or as many as four.
Conclusion: If you’re looking for a family friendly whodunit game, Guilty Party is likely your only alternative. Fortunately, it is a good one with its zany characters, humorous antics, ridiculous story, and easy to get into gameplay. However, if you’re looking for good gameplay, you may find the included mini-games to be a letdown, as most aren’t exactly fun or particularly challenging.
Excerpt: Yes, I know what you’re thinking - “Another Wii game with ‘Party’ in the title? Think I’ll skip this review and see what VGChartz thinks of Atelier Rorona .” If you take that stance, then I find you guilty of missing out on one hilariously fun multiplayer experience.
Summary: Disney Guilty Party tells the thrilling tale of the Dickens Detective Agency as they solve crimes set in motion by the master criminal known as Mr. Valentine. Up to four players can solve crimes in a variety of locations all over the world to unlock the secrets of Mr. Valentine’s grand scheme.