Reviews and Problems with Guinness World Records: The Videogame
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Guinness World Records: The Videogame review (WII)
11 March 2014
Excerpt: When I was but a young lad in the second grade, the elementary school that I attended hosted a book fair. Students could peruse tables full of exciting books that had presumably been approved for young minds. Then we could purchase them and treasure them for always, like good little scholars.
Excerpt: What is it? Everyone knows about the Guinness Book of World Records, and the video game is essentially a way to virtually take part in record attempts that you'd never want to or be able to in real life.
Conclusion: Guinness World Records The Videogame is a great collection of Wii mini-games, yet it won’t surprise or impress you as much as you would imagine. The user-interface leaves a lot to be desired and some of the mini-games are hit and miss, but the controls are solid nonetheless.
Guinness World Records: The Videogame - Nintendo Wii
26 November 2008
Conclusion: The mini-games in The Guinness Book of Records are, aside from a few exceptions, well implemented, challenging and good fun to play. Introduced by clear instructions for each individual challenge, that show you how to hold and move the Wii Remote and the Nunchuck, there’s a wide variety of games...
Conclusion: Despite these niggles, Guinness World Records is the best mini-game collection we've played on the Wii, in part because of the content but principally because of its context. It's perfect for Christmas, competing against friends and family for bragging rights, fiercely working to hold your records...
Excerpt: Das Guinness-Buch der Rekorde ist die bedeutendste Sammlung an weltweiten Rekorden. Neben klassischen Bestleistungen sammelt das Buch schon seit über 50 Jahren auch sehr kuriose Rekorde, sogenannte Trivias.