Excerpt: DDR Hottest Party 2 (Wii) ESRB rating: E 10+ Dance Dance Revolution is back for the Wii and this time it\'s hotter. (At least that\'s what the announcer said). There are some noticeable improvements since the previous one. The improvement is that when you disable the hand controls, they stay off! The same goes for the gimmicks, too. There\'s a new competitive game mode called Dance\'n Defend that requires the hand controls to play.
Excerpt: Rated E10+ Konami’s Dance Dance Revolution has been a rather successful series since its home release on the original Playstation. Nintendo gamers have only had a chance at DDR with Mario Mix on the Gamecube, which is now a collector\'s item fetching a high price, until the Wii release of Hottest Party. So how does this game utilize the Wii controls? Does it add or subtract from the game play? Read on to find out! How do I play?
Excerpt: DDR Hottest Party 3 (Wii) Available on Wii ESRB rating: E 10+ Developed by: Konami Release Date: October 2009 Muliplayer up to 4 players Retail Price $60 with DDR pad Strengths: Modern songs, Wii balance board play Weaknesses: Not many songs, no downloadable content for Wii Moral warnings: Suggestive songs, swearing and skimpy dancer oufits It\'s nice to see a DDR game with modern music in it.
Excerpt: In recent years Nintendo has become the king of party games. So when they release a new party game, families take notice. Wii Party is the game that families will enjoy playing for years to come. Wii Party is split between party games, house games, and pair games. The diversity of the mini games in Wii Party is simply astounding. There should be diversity when there are over eighty different mini games.
Excerpt: Wat krijg je als je de omkadering van Wii Play mixt met het concept van Mario Party ? Juist ja, Wii Party. Na de jarenlange heerschappij van Mario Party (Lees: na de uitmelking van 8 games) moeten ze uiteindelijk toch bij Nintendo gedacht hebben om het over een andere boeg te gooien. Eén ding staat al vast: de Wii maakt zijn reputatie van party console opnieuw waar. Of Wii Party een goeie zet geweest is, dat lees je hieronder.
Mighty mini-game collection with loads of ways to play.
Common Sense Media
20 December 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Wii Party is a mini-game collection designed for multiplayer use. There are solo modes here, but to really enjoy the game, it should be played, as the title suggests, with a full party. Several modes can not be played solo. As far as the content goes, it's all pretty tame. Slapstick violence occurs here and there, but there's nothing graphic.
Conclusion: If you approach Wii Party as a single-player affair, you’ll likely find a package that is only moderately entertaining at best. Bring it with you to Thanksgiving or some other social gathering, however, and Wii Party will light up a room. Whether it be a sleepover for the little ones or a family get-together, Wii Party is something any and all Wii owners will want as part of their collection.
Conclusion: Wii Party est ni plus ni moins un party game comme il en existe tant sur la console de Nintendo. A la différence que depuis la sortie de la console, certains développeurs ont fait des efforts sur la question et proposent des party game plus amusants que d'autres. On pense notamment aux Lapins Crétins ou a Wario. Wii Party affiche un contenu fort intéressant et sa grande diversité ravira les joueurs qui apprécient encore le genre.
Pros: Une quantité de mini-jeu, De nombreux mode de jeux, Le prix du Bundle jeu + manette
Cons: L'impression de jouer à un jeu vieux de quatre ans, Manque d'innovation, Beaucoup de déjà-vu, Overdose de Mii
Excerpt: Wii Party is enjoyable among four friends or a smattering of casual party-going gamers who have never played it before. It's simple and therefore accessible to a casual, partying crowd, but this simplicity limits the long-term value. So, unless you are constantly having parties and inviting new people who have never played it, this title will probably be collecting dust before long.