Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
29 July 2012
Summary: Fuzion Frenzy 2 is a party game comprised of a bunch of mini-games. I adored the first Fuzion Frenzy game for the Xbox. How does this one compare? The mini-games are different, and I just don't find them to be as much fun as the original set of games. I suppose it's like anything in life - that when you have a wide open field at the beginning, you can do the best you can do.
Summary: I LOVED the original fuzion frenzy. I was so excited when I got this one, but when I played it I was really disappointed. I don't really like the new mini games. I don't know if it's that I'm used to the old ones, but I really miss those. Also this fuzion frenzy doesn't have that final battle that came after each stage. That totally takes out of the game experience. I just miss a lot of things the old game had :(. I think I might exchange this game for another one.
Summary: I loved the first game. This one, not so much. Some of the games are mildly entertaining but the presenation and mechanics ruin it. The cards are lame and can ruin even the best player.. but nothing drags the experience down like the "announcer". He simply won't shut up! To be honest after about 30 minutes my friends and I turned this game off and popped the orignal in never to play FF2 again.
Summary: Having happily played the first Fuzion Frenzy for many an hour, I decided to give this game a try on my new 360. After ~5 hrs of play, I'm going to trade it in and buy the original. Cons: The games are generally not as fun as in the original, the interface between the games is slow and annoying, the characters have gotten bland (for some reason they're now all white...), and the card system makes luck more important than skill.
good game for children younger than 10 or for xbox beginner
Dave "Dawei", Amazon
10 September 2008
Summary: If you are a new user for xbox, this game is good for you to exercise how to use the controler precisely and smoothly. And, if you have a boy or girl under 10 years old, this game might be good for them to kill time. But for adult, this game is little bit boring. Another comment: I believe this game is made by a Japanese company - do the characters in the game speak English? Or, terrible English.
Summary: My friends and I have been big Fuzion Frenzy fans for years. We'd get together and spend hours playing the mini games. They were fun, quick to start and play, and we got a big kick out of the cheesy announcer with his strained, cracked voice screaming out "Fuzion Frenzy!". Yes, we're a silly bunch. Anyway, my original Xbox died a couple of months ago; the DVD drive stopped reading.
Summary: In pretty much every other respect except graphics, Fuzion Frenzy 1 is the better game. This is still fun and playable, but offers nothing compelling in terms of gameplay or minigame variety. And FF1 is backward compatible on the 360, so unless you really dig the online action, I'd say go with it instead. Where FF1 = FF2: The minigames have a good variety and are easy to pick up and play.
Summary: there is really only one reason you should buy this game. Easy achievement points. sure we all remember the first one but the controls are nowhere near as precise as they should be on half the games, the announcer is annoying as hell and many of the games just dont give you that feeling of reward. but honestly, given a few hours and someone else over xbox live you can unlock all 1000 pts. there are only 14 achievements.