Hey, it comes with a controller!
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I for one believed this was going to be quite an amazing game, but everybody has dreams slightly shattered. The game starts out with you having to complete each of the nine games once for training. Once you've done that, it's off to earning medals. You may do the training with a friend, but only one friend instead of four. This probably would have made a great game if you could play with four friends. There's also a bit of cheesy music and the controller sometimes confuses your movements.
But there are some good things about the game. The minigames are fun and sometimes challenging. Beating your friends at something is an absolute blast to do. Also, it comes with a free controller, who wouldn't want that? I myself like the game, but I am starting to lose interest in it quickly. So, if you buy it, buy it with the controller, or just rent it at a store.
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