Fun party game for $20!
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I've played Game Party for the Wii almost as much as I've played Super Mario Galaxy, and that's a glowing complement in itself. Game Party is a great game to play with friends or casual gamers. My girlfriend, who is not a gamer, loves the game almost as much as Wii Sports bowling and that in turn makes me a happy camper.
It's called Game "Party" for a reason, it's not really meant to be played alone; however, if you have friends don't hesitate to pick this one up.
The top three games from the collection are Hoop Shot, Darts, and Shuffleboard. I particularly like Baseball darts which is an unlockable after you collect enough tickets.
Trivia is a fun addition as well with categories such as history, sports, music, movies and general knowledge. Air Hockey, Ping Cup and Skill Ball unfortunately fall flat, with Ping Cup being the worst game in the collection. Skill Ball felt more solid in Carnival Games.
Overall, Game Party is a great Party Game for the Wii, and I can see playing in short burst with friends for a long time to come. My top score on Hoop Shot is 198, I challenge anyone to beat it!
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