Summary: Announcer was annoying in the first game, they made him even worse in this one. The mini games are okay, but not as good as the first. Plus, you have to unlock pretty much all of them. I don't know why they tried to fix things that weren't broken in the first game.
Summary: This game is just OK. I bought it because I was such a fan of Fuzion Frenzy (1), but it's so much different. It wastes so much of your time talking and explaining and picking this and choosing that. I've had it for months and have only played it twice. Kind of a disappointment.
Summary: this game delivers little more then the first on did, except now there are less unique mini games. if you bought the first one, stick with that one, if not, only people who like simple and basic mini games will find it appealing.
Summary: This is one of the best Multiplayer mini games available on the Xbox 360. That's not saying much though... I rented this game the other day and the single player is disappointing. The best part about this game would have to be the 4 player multiplayer option it has. It's a fun party game if you have a few friends over. Now that it's down to $20, it's not a bad pickup if you're looking for some fun.
Summary: Fusion Frenzy 1 is much better mainly because of the fact that it was fresh when it came out. A lot of the same mini games form Fusion Frenzy 1 make a 2nd appearance in 2. The new games are fun but leave much to be desired. I would wait and buy this game when the price comes down. All in all it is a mildly entertaining multi-player game.
Summary: Many of us fans of the original FF from the original XBOX were anxiously awaiting the release of a sequel. After waiting so long it is finally here. Back from the original game are the characters we have all grown to love (or in some cases hate). Samson, Naomi, Geena, Dub, Jet, and every annoying Zack.
Summary: Fuzion Frenzy is a simple mini-game collection. The basic premise of the game consists of up to 4 people (offline and online) selecting a character, on differing in 'personality' and colour. Followed by a tournament style game where the game takes you to different fictional planets with themed games (fire planet, ice planet, robot planet) On each planet a number of games are player, ranging from fighting, button bashing, pinball style games, melting ice, collecting...
Pros: Plenty of fun games, some depth to tournaments
Cons: Only worth playing in groups in front of the TV
Summary: As the Xbox 360 is very much a "serious" console, I was surprised by how light-hearted and playful this title- which is really a glorified collection of mini-games- happened to be. The games themselves range from mini shooting type games, to rocket racing, to reflex-testing... a wide range to appeal to all sorts of gamers, so a great mix for multi-player.
Excerpt: First off, easy 1000 Gamer Points. Second off, the games aren't too bad, it's fun set of mini games for friends/family which can be quite fun, although they are similar in nature. It's worth a rent, it might be worth a buy if online wasn't so poor (you can't skip the annoying commentator).