Summary: We love this game. My kids (age 6 and 10) are very competitive and this is a fun way for them to explore their competitiveness. They also love the "incredibleness" of the whole Guiness records culture, so it's perfect for them...and Mom and Dad like to get in on the fun from time to time.
Summary: I liked this game so much I gave myself tennis elbow. Beware of quick sudden repetitive hand and arm movements or you will end up like me. If you are over 40, take it easy. Have fun and ice after playing.
Summary: My girlfriend and I got this game because we wanted to get some fun mini-games. We are in our mid-twenties and we found ourselves playing this game for hours. We finally beat 100 percent of the game after almost two weeks. The games are very addictive because the more you play it the more confident you feel that if you play one of the mini games just one more time you will surely break a new console, regional, national, or world record.
3 1/2 stars: only lacks more witty humor not just goofy humor
Layna S, Amazon
16 June 2009
Summary: Customization - limited, but not bad, you have to get high scores to unlock more clothing which have nice textures or silly costumes. You give your country & region/state so if you get a high enough score, it goes on their site & shows world's, national & regional. Make sure you connect your wii to your wireless router to update or you'll make the world's record easily.
Excerpt: Guinness World Records the video game is a game I am quickly becoming obsessed with it was released in 2008 and has been sitting patiently on my shelf all these years waiting to be played, anyway a couple of weeks ago the time had come. I was looking for a game that would bring my boyfriend away from his ps3 and as he likes a competition I thought this game would be perfect.
Pros: great for the competitive lots of games something to suit everyone