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Super Monkey Ball™: Banana Blitz for (Wii)

Super Monkey Ball™: Banana Blitz for (Wii)
alaScore 64

10 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Super Monkey Ball™: Banana Blitz for (Wii). The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the story. The gameplay also gets good feedback.

action, gameplay, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Super Monkey Ball™: Banana Blitz for (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 64/100 = Good quality.

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Fun (for a while) with a staggering amount of mini-games


Fun action type game that uses the Wiimote well

Blaring soundtrack, some mini-games don't work well

Jan, 2009

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What kind of key doesn't open a door? A monkey! (Review #200)


The Monkey Ball series is an odd one. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, you must move a monkey to a gate by tilting the course around. The original game came out back in 2001 on the Gamecube, but there was one thing that was wrong with it;...

Rolling monkeys in balls to gates is as fun as it sounds

Repetitive. Minigames are bad. After minigames, not a lot of content

Feb, 2007

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Monkeys in Balls, eh? Better get out the bondage gear...


Super Monkey Ball is definitely one of the weirdest offerings to have come out of Sega's coffers in recent times. Zany, madcap action that can be incredibly frustrating at times, but also incredibly good fun, the premise is simple: Choose from one of...

So incredibly addictive

Can be repetitive. If you're weird

Oct, 2002

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Monkey nuts 101


"God bless Sega is all I can say. No one tries harder than they do, and even after vain attempts at console glory they simply revert to go back to what they do best... games."

Fun fun fun

Music and new mini games

Sep, 2002

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Super Monkey Ball 2: "Magical Spell Is Ei-Ei-Poo!"


When the GameCube came out back in November of 2001, there weren?t a great number of exciting, original titles to choose from. There was the lackluster Luigi's Mansion, the requisite Tony Hawk and Madden games that had already been out on the PS2 for...

Story mode, improved graphics, everything that made the original great

Some new mini-games are a bit weak, music can get irritating

Sep, 2002

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Super Monkey Ball GC: Are you monkey enough?



fun fun fun

getting use to the controls

Jun, 2002

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Even though Super Monkey Ball's for kids, you better cover up the box title anyway.


Remember that Milton Bradley Nintendo Entertainment System title Marble Madness from the 8-bit era? Sega does, and Sega has duplicated the challenging depth, innovative structure, and addictive gameplay of the ball-rolling puzzle game in a brand-new...

A wide array of gameplay sorts that's easy to get into

They're just hard to overcome at times. Plus, there's a lot of repetition

Apr, 2002

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*SUPER MONKEY BALL* - Grab that monkey and lets role


Super Monkey Ball

Fun, monkeys, DOLE bananas


Nov, 2001

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Super Monkey Ball: Hail To The Chimp (or Monkey Madness)


original concept, easy to learn, different modes of play

addictive, not fun for the monkeys

Nov, 2001

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Super Monkey Ball: Apes-a-Poppin'!


Apparently, in order to work as a game designer at Sega, you either have to be really creative, or really disturbed. Probably a nice mix of both. Super Monkey Ball pretty much proves that theory. I can only imagine the meeting where one of the...

Simple, addictive gameplay, lots of extra modes to play with

Can be incredibly frustrating, overabundance of product placement

Nov, 2001