Conclusion: Wii Party is destined to split opinion; experienced gamers looking for an arena in which to flex their prowess will be left sorely disappointed and will find much to criticise; there’s no question that some games can feel unfair, and the board games are from the 1-step-forward-6-steps-back school of...
Summary: Nintendo is bringing you more motion control party game action with the new mini-game collection Wii Party. With over 80 games, Wii Party is fun and there's a ton of variety, but, unfortunately, we've seen it all before.
Pros: A robust collection of modes and mini-games, House Party Mode is an interactive and interesting use of the WiiMote, Easy to jump into the fun
Cons: There's nothing groundbreaking about Wii Party, Some of the Party Modes are needlessly complicated, Mini-games repeat mechanics and can feel monotonous
Summary: Nintendo brings the action into the living room with Wii Party, a game that changes the way people interact with other players. Featuring 13 different party game modes and 70+ minigames, Wii Party can be enjoyed by everyone in the family, regardless of age.
Excerpt: Nintendo's given us the opportunity to play sports, conduct an orchestra, and even shed unwanted holiday weight from the comfort and convenience of our living rooms. Up next is Wii Party, a collection of mini-games that expound on the foundation of accessibility, versatility, and fun.
Excerpt: Developed by the same developer that created Mario Party for the Big N, Wii Party is a very similar collection of mini-games. These mini-games allow you to use your own Miis just like Wii Sports, Wii Music or Wii Play.