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Vegas Party (Wii)

Vegas Party (Wii)
alaAverage 1.8

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Apr, 2014

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We have collected and analyzed 2 expert reviews from international sources. Experts rate this product 35/100. The average review date is Nov 6, 2009. We have compared these reviews to 72413 reviews from other Nintendo Wii Games. Last update: Apr 23, 2014.

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Review: Vegas Party (Nintendo Wii)

 

In the late 1990′s, one video game console established itself as the king of local multiplayer. Amazing games like Goldeneye: 007 and Mario Kart kept players glued to the couches, bean bags, folding chairs, beds, and generally anything else that could...

Vegas Party is a game best endured with other people, but getting three others to play this when there are other, better party games to play on the Wii is a longshot. With graphics best described as “adequate” and a forgettable sound design, there...

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Vegas Party is a mini-game compilation that takes popular casino games and makes them into a party. With three modes to play, you and three other friends can compete in these new twists on familiar games.

Vegas Party tries to make more of an attempt at making a game than most of the mini-game compilations. Vegas Party adds a board game like approach to the main game so there is more variables than just winning the games of chance. If you think that is...

There might be different options and the main "party" mode is the star but that doesn't mean you're given ample instructions. There are different steps to the party mode gameplay flow and none of it is properly explained. You'll be guessing along until...

A good old fashioned college try was given to Vegas Party but it still ended up being just another faceless mini-game compilation in the vast ocean of Wii releases. It does feel like more of a complete package than most other games in the same category...

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