Summary: I'm 17 years old and I picked up this game from gamestop because A) When I was a kid I loved playing with tamagotchis and B) It was only like $5. It's obviously not a game for hardcore gamers or even for people using the wii as excersize... but if you're bored around the house or feeling lazy with your friends its a fun little game to play to keep yourself occupied. The point of the game is to win as many elections as you can, to become the next tamagotchi president.
Summary: I don't like this game very much. I only like the multiplayer part of it, but unfortunately, my sister never wants to play it with me. So this game is not recommended for people who like playing alone.
Summary: My 8 year old daughter found this game for $3.50. My first thought was....it must be pretty crappy if it costs that little. But she really seems to be enjoying it. There are not too many Wii games that are interesting enough to hold her interest without being too difficult for her to play. She also bought Tomagotchi 2 (Corner store?) for the DS and LOVES that game.
Summary: I started looking online for Wii Mario Party and decided I just couldn't afford it. My sister has brought her's over quite a few times and we love to play it. Upon reading reviews and investigation Tamagotchi Party we decided to go that route. For the price and all things considered, its awesome. The kids love it, I guess I kinda enjoy it too. A few drawbacks, you don't all do the minigames together.
Summary: Let's get real, I don't think this game is intended for older kids or serious gamers - it's similar in style to Hello Kitty and very lighthearted fun. Because of this, my 5 year old daughter loves this one more than any of the other wii games, and the cutesy board game makes for great happy no fuss fun for everyone.
Summary: I will play almost anything and I will not play this game. We even like party games. The games aren't fun. Half of them don't work with the control scheme. The board is just silly. Not fun. Even if you were drinking.