Reviews and Problems with Super Monkey Ball: Step and Roll
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Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll
Family Friendly Gaming
7 March 2013
Excerpt: For many years we have been extremely supportive of the Super Monkey Ball video games from Sega. Unfortunately even the best franchise can have a flop here and there. Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll is that flop. Sega tried to mix in the Wii Balance Board with Super Monkey Ball.
Excerpt: Monkeys inside balls, rolling around like hamsters set loose inside your living room, has made for a pretty popular franchise. SEGA's Monkey Ball series has moved beyond its arcade origins to become a home favourite, especially on the Wii.
Summary: If this were the first Super Monkey Ball game on the Wii, I’d be more inclined to give it a higher score. The basic mechanics are solid. When the game works the way you want it to, it can be very fun.
A challenging but fun game that's all about good balance.
Common Sense Media
7 July 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll is a game of high-speed navigation and one that few young children will excel at from the get-go. While the controls are very intuitive and easy to learn, there's a great amount of steadiness and balance needed to do well.
Conclusion: Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll is not a bad game. One can see the effort put into it and enjoy the outcome. However, it's a game tailored for children more than anything, as adults probably won't have the patience it takes to get through it. It's also not a bad option as a family game.
Summary: AiAi and all his friends are stepping onto the Wii Balance Board in an all-new party game for the Wii. Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll brings back what you love about Super Monkey Ball and promises plenty of surprises around every turn.
Conclusion: If anything Super Monkey Ball: Step & Roll is the simplest in the series if played with a Wii Remote and possibly the most difficult if using the Board, for all the wrong reasons. Even if you have fun playing with the Remote you’re still playing a stripped-down and easier version of a title released...