Entertaining minigame collection has some crude humor.
Common Sense Media
18 May 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is an interactive spinoff of the Guinness World Records books and television series, and that it might spark an interest in the Guinness World Records brand. It's filled with dozens of world record challenges most of which can be safely categorized as either juvenile (like throwing plungers at a woman on a spinning wheel and holding belches for as long as possible) or just plain gross (such as eating cockroaches, making skunks fart, or...
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. Whether it's building the tallest building, jumping as high as possible on a BMX, popping 50 balloons in the fastest time possible or throwing a washing machine as far as you can, the records here are all pretty crazy and good fun.
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. It’s not for everyone but those competitive players should find some fun with this.
Conclusion: Guinness World Records è un gioco tutto sommato divertente e realizzato con discreta cura, che fa dell'originalità il suo punto di forza. I riferimenti continui al libro dei primati mondiali e la proposta di alcune fra le prove più assurde sono senz'altro un piacevole stimolo. Manca però una profondità dei singoli giochi che lo possano rendere un titolo divertente nel medio e lungo termine e lo tengono quindi un passo indietro rispetto alla concorrenza più quotata.