Reviews and Problems with Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz
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21 January 2015
Summary: This game spins and has bright colors that flash and spin. There is a tiny disclaimer on the case itself, but no one hunts the box for a disclaimer. The game was way to hard for my nephew (12 years of age) so it sits and collects dust.
Summary: Monkey Ball is a simple idea: roll your cute little monkey who is enclosed in a ball through levels and make it to the goal without falling out. I am a huge Monkey Ball fan. I bought a lot of the other versions and have always loved every single one.
Summary: I was looking for a game for us to play with our 4 year old. Monkey Ball has a lot of games, but a lot of them are too difficult for her to enjoy. She has much interest, but ends up getting frustrated with most of them. I'm decently wii skilled, and some of them made me mad too.
Summary: This game is very difficult to figure out and play. It was a gift for my 10 year old and she has difficulty with it. My 6 year old definitely can't play it properly and that frustrates them when it should be fun!
Summary: I have loved all the Wii games so far, so we were excited to get this one for this kids. Most of the kids (ages 4-8) found it too hard and frustrating, and when I played it, it made me half motion-sick trying to roll the characters all over the place.
Summary: Okay, so I've played only a handful of games so far for the Wii. Unfortunately, I wasted time and money on this one. I, like many of the other reviewers, feel that it simply did not live up to it's possibilities. The controls are my main complaint.
Summary: I bought this because it got such great reviews.. I really liked the one for the Gamecube.. Man, this one is frustrating though. I like the single player campaign, but the minigames aren't very much fun, and that's the real reason I bought the game.
Summary: After having rented this title, I am very glad I didn't spend $50 on it! Though the main game wasn't an entire failure, I felt that the mini-games were severely hampered by the counter-intuitive controls that usually fail to achieve intentions.