Summary: Parents need to know that this is an interactive version of the decades-old The Price Is Right TV game show, and, much like the show, a wide variety of products -- ranging from calcium supplements and coffee mugs to trips and trailers -- are paraded across the screen. The good news is that, with few exceptions, virtually none of the products on display will be tantalizing to children.
Conclusion: Rocket Knight is a solid revival of a classic Genesis franchise, but it suffers from a tragically short lifespan and high price tag. Though it’s entertaining while it lasts, hardcore series fans are unlikely to view this as the glorified series resurrection they had been expecting. Inspiration is sporadically evident, but in a world of Shadow Complex and Braid, it takes a lot to justify a $15 asking price.
Summary: When it comes down to it, the Price is Right is a damn fun game when played in groups. Single-player may seem unfair at times, but in multiplayer the odds are a little more even.
Parents and grandparents who got a kick out of casual fun like Wii Sports should definitely add this one to their collection. The Price is Right is something we have all watched at one time or another, so it gives us all something to relate with.