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Wii Party- Wii

Wii Party- Wii
alaScore 81

20 reviews

Sep, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews of Wii Party- Wii. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the price and gameplay.

gameplay, price

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Wii Party- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 20 reviews)

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Expert review by: Windy (gamerevolution.com)

Wii Party Review

 

Mini-mini-mini-games.

Amazing variety; Attention-holding casual games; Good use of Wii functionality

You've seen most of these games before

Oct, 2010

Expert review by: Clark Evans (videogametalk.com)

Wii Party

 

Developed by the same developer that created Mario Party for the Big N, Wii Party is a very similar collection of mini-games. These mini-games allow you to use your own Miis just like Wii Sports, Wii Music or Wii Play. The presentation is typical Mii...

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Oct, 2010

Expert review by: Sam (familyfriendlygaming.com)

Wii Party

 

Family Friendly Gaming |

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Expert review by: Jess Nickelsen (nzgamer.com)

Wii Party

 

A plethora of pleasant pastimes!

For my score, I found Wii Party to be pretty average in terms of presentation, though I did enjoy the different costumes for the Miis in each game, as well as some pretty convincing animations when someone wins or loses. The wide range of gameplay, and...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: Ryan Davis (gamepositive.com)

Wii Party- Wii

 

I think it speaks volumes to just how low the level of quality in most Wii party games has become that all it took was Nintendo putting together a competent, though still largely familiar package, to put everyone else to shame. This is still a very...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: Paul Govan (gamepositive.com)

Wii Party- Wii

 

It's not got the cool of WarioWare or the depth of Wii-Sports Resort and certainly none of the brand kudos that comes from the violence and bravado of Medal of Honor or Call of Duty. But what it does have it wears on its sleeve - hundreds of hand...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: Dana Leahy (gamepositive.com)

Wii Party- Wii

 

Wii Party isn't as exciting as it could have been, but what it lacks in action, it makes up for with variety. There's a lot here if you like party games, or if you're a gamer with young children, so you won't be wasting your hard earned dollars if you...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: Brian Dumlao (gamepositive.com)

Wii Party- Wii

 

Despite the lack of famous mascot characters, Wii Party is a truly enjoyable game. With a few exceptions, such as the lack of two-versus-two games, the minigames are fun to play, and the various modes ensure that it will be some time before you exhaust...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: (gamepositive.com)

Wii Party- Wii

 

It's a game to lose to your eight-year-old nephew at Christmas, or to give to that special person in your life who likes to invite people round for multiplayer gaming, cocktails, and silliness. It lacks the surreal genius of Gamecube's WarioWare, but...

Oct, 2010

Consumer review by: Chris Scullion (gamepositive.com)

Wii Party- Wii

 

It's pleasing to see that where so many other games companies have tried to make a quick buck out of the party game genre, Wii Party proves that this kind of title can be well made, good fun and bursting with fresh ideas.

Oct, 2010
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