Summary: One day, I went out in search of the perfect party game. I met a street vendor who promised me the very best party game ever made ever. With a hopeful gleam in my eyes, I spent five American dollars to pay for this game. I went home feeling excited, and as I put the disc into my Wii, I had no idea of the horror that awaited me. In all seriousness -- I've played a lot of party games ... and in all honesty, this is probably the worst one I've ever played.
Summary: I bought this game for a 6 year old boy who loves to play Wii. Wii party is one of his favorite games. I figured this would be a little like it. He actually really liked this game, he plays it quite often. I found it fun to play also.
Summary: I bought this game for the kids I nanny and they think it is fun. Some minigames are a bit challenging, but for adults, some are too easy. Overall, a good game for entertaining younger children for an hour or so.
Summary: one of the best family games out here for the Wii. really funny stuff, My kids and I laugh for hours playing this game. also save some money an buy the Nyko Wii controller great product very easy to setup.
Summary: We enjoy playing this game , for the cost of 19.00 its given us a lot of fun.It could use more costumes and the boys clothes are limited but we still had a good time playing it. I think for the low cost it really isn't that bad of a game to play .We usually play with 4 players.
Summary: Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $ on Wii Party. The gameplay options in Oops Prank Party are limited. The board game option is terrible with random coins gained or loss on each space without rhyme or reason, and you are stuck playing a minimum of 30 turns which is incredibly long without the ability to save the game.