Summary: The single-player game effectively recreates the Price Is Right experience. The sounds and visuals effectively recreate the show. It doesn't force you (or let you) watch the other contestants so you only have to focus on yourself, get on stage, do one game, spin the wheel, and if won on the wheel...
Summary: I bought this thinking, "I love The Price is Right." This game simulates The Price is Right well, but think about what an individual contestant does on TPIR...they bid on an item...hopefully win...play one game...spin the wheel...and 2 out of 3 times go home.
Summary: My son got a Wii console for Christmas as well as the Wheel of Fortune game he really wanted. He also wanted The Price us Right as he loves watching that show , as well as Wheel of Fortune on TV.
Summary: This game is another cute TV show spin off idea but it's not going to keep anyone entertained for very long. I bought this with Family Feud and that game is much better. We played The Price is right twice and we're over it.
Summary: Kind of sucks. My nephews wanted to spin the wheel and that doesn't happen. We played with two people and you play the first round where you guess the price and the winner moves on to play a classic game like Plinko. Then both go to the showcase showdown. Pretty boring.
Summary: I read the reviews before buying this but thought that I would give it a chance after all. Big mistake. Me, my husband, and our daughter went to play it and it was so boring. First of all, it only plays one round then goes to the final showdown...
Summary: I was hopeful that this game would be entertaining and help to make the snow days a little more fun. I was dissapointed. The games are repetative and the same items appear more than once. I would not reccomend.