Summary: Trying to get my girlfriend in to gaming was more difficult than I thought. I bought this game (along with a couple other early 360 titles) as the price was right and she loved it, and played it a ton.
Summary: I'm 27 so with that being said I would like to say that I was at first hesitant about playing this game because of the cover of the game, it has a child like quality to it, image wise, however, as I played the game I came to realize that the game is a lot of fun if you like gardening simulation games. It's a fun game and I recommend it completely.
Summary: I can honestly say that I had fun with this game and played it for about 10hrs straight, but it got sort of boring after a while... Breeding the different pinatas is very addicting and you may find yourself playing for hours on end, but that's really all there is to it. I really only come back to this game when I need a break from a more hardcore, blood-curdling game. I recommend trying it out for yourself, but I just can't put too much time and effort into it.
Summary: so it only seems appropriate that she write the review. "I'm 24 and considerably older than this game's target audience, but that doesn't stop it from being addicting family fun! This game takes a lot of patience when getting started as it takes awhile for creatures to start showing up, but once they do the game really picks up its pace.
Summary: I play this game on my Xbox 360 regulary now with my friends on Xbox live and I played this game years ago too with myself without Xbox live. Both times in my life I had a lot of fun with this game.
Summary: I got this game for my 8 yr old son who loves it. My 6 and 10 yr olds like it as well. The graphics are pretty cool. The point of the game is this: your given an old garden that you have to maintain. Plant grass, attract animals and overall just keep them happy or else they start fighting. You can "romance" the animals if all the conditions are met. You can change the colors of some or even change them into a new breed depending on things they eat.
Summary: My cousin wanted Viva Pinata TIP for ages now, or at least since she saw it in a Gamestop. She is six had has the first two games for Xbox 360. So for her birthday I sought this game out for a good used-game price. You know how much it costed new with no book at Gamestop? Fourty Dollars incuding tax. Yeah... I'm not paying that for a beaten up old game with no book. So I looked online and found a New/Like-New copy and wrapped it for her birthday.