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.
Summary: Super Monkey Ball rolls back onto the Wii in the sequel from SEGA. There has been adventuring, tilt control, stylus manoeuvring and with the addition of the balance board there's another option for getting your simian buddy from A to B.
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.
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...
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