Conclusion: The achievement list is very doable and is what I would expect. I would recommend this game for pre-teens siblings for a little fun competition but adults would ask for more and the limited amount of players kills the idea of this being a real party game, which is to bad because it really could have excelled.
Conclusion: SOME of the achievements seem to be difficult to unlock, several fixes appear to be online, but if I encountered this issue and couldn't find a way to get it to unlock, I would delete the game, clear cache and re-download it and play it again. It's when you have to do this about three times that you feel like that the game should just stay deleted.
Excerpt: Are you ready to get your game on? No, I’m not talking about pwning noobs in the latest Call of Duty or crossing the galaxy with Commander Sheppard. I’m talking about something a little more classic. Something that provides timeless gameplay and ushers in nostalgic memories of both child and adulthood. Board games. And no other brand is more famous for board games than Hasbro. Last year, EA brought us the first compilation of Hasbro games dubbed Family Game Night.
Summary: Originally, I was very excited by the prospect of EA and Hasbro’s Family Game Night for the Xbox Live Arcade. I could picture myself relaxing to the likes of Battleships, Boggle and Connect 4, accompanied by soothing music and a nice warm drink. The pricing seemed acceptable at 800 Microsoft Points until EA gave gamers a kick in the teeth, when they announced that the price tag would apply to each title within the collection.
Pros: Great adaption of the board game, Bonus Cards game mode works well, -
Cons: More frustrating than fun, Lack of replayability, 800 Microsoft Point price tag