Summary: My boyfriend and I spent the day into the night playing "Samaba De Amigo" & now it feels like are arms are going to fall off. End result tho is it was a lot of fun and we did beat the pants off this game..
Summary: My 2-year old niece doesn't yet understand all the game, but she's learning. Meanwhile, she enjoys the music and graphics and this has become her favorite Wii game. I suspect it will remain her favorite for some time.
Summary: I'll make this review short and simple. The game has great music, and the game is fun. I highly recommend it, for both single players and people who like to play with others. It's a great game for exercise too. However the game suffers when it comes to responding. You'd expect this series to go great with motion controls, but they didn't program it well; it usually works, though it can be hard to get certain points.
Summary: This is really a great game, and the controls seem just fine, according to my kids. You just never know what to think of the pro reviews. It seems like sometimes they mistake not being good at the game with poor control. My kids aren't having any problem, and I love having it on in the background. The cheesy, cheesy covers are just great and so catchy. So much fun.
Summary: When I bought this game, I was a little wary because I only paid $10 for it. However, it turned out to be a sound investment in fun because my 3-1/2 year old daughter and I have a blast playing this game. It's easy enough for my daughter to play without needing a lot of help from mom and dad and the music is fun to listen to...you really do get into it!
Summary: If you can take the time to learn how to hold the controllers "correctly," according to what the game wants you to do, this is a ridiculous amount of fun. I love to embarrass my wife with my ridiculous dance moves and cheers.
Lots of fun. Like Dance Dance Revolution for your arms.
Pavo Flojo "Chompipe", Amazon
5 February 2009
Summary: Samba de Amigo is great fun if you like latin music. Lots of tracks you will be familiar with and enjoy dancing to and shaking maracas to. You have to learn how to hold the controllers just right or you think it is messed up because it registers the wrong shakes. I've gotten to where I can get 100% on most songs, so it is possible. 4 stars on the overall rating just because some people might not enjoy the game so much if they aren't holding the controllers correctly.
Summary: I bought this game on a whim a couple of days ago (some friends and I were looking for something to do and I saw it at Wal-Mart) and I love it. Spontaneous purchases are generally very bad, especially with video games, but I don't regret buying Samba de Amigo at all. The track list suits the game perfectly. Most of the songs (if not all) are guaranteed to get you into the groove as you play, so you're not just awkwardly shaking your hands at the screen.