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  • Summary: Fun for kids of all ages, Family Party: 30 Great Games lets up to 4 players participate in wide variety of fun and addictive party games. It features everything from track and field, to playground games, to shooting games. Customized for the Wii Remote, it showcases the variety of gameplayFun for kids of all ages, Family Party: 30 Great Games lets up to 4 players participate in wide variety of fun and addictive party games. It features everything from track and field, to playground games, to shooting games. Customized for the Wii Remote, it showcases the variety of gameplay and madcap action possible on the Wii. Expand
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  2. Negative: 4 out of 10
  1. Family Party will please children because of its simplicity and visual beauty -remarkable in comparison with other titles of the genre- and will entertain those who give this game an opportunity.
  2. 63
    As far as mini-games on Wii go, Family Party: 30 Great Games is an above average effort. That may not be saying much, but if you're looking for something to entertain your friends on occasion, you certainly could do a whole lot worse.
  3. This is one of the few compilation games that actually passes the bar, barely. I can't say that this is the one for you, but there is some fun found in this title, you just have to look.
  4. Although you will wonder why Log Cutting is a family game, you’ll have too much fun to really care. If you don’t have anyone to play with, then the fun in this game will quickly diminish, but this game will surely bring families together.
  5. Family Party doesn't bring anything new to the table. It may be a budget-priced title at $20, but I would venture to say that is almost too much to pay for this one.
  6. Family Party: 30 Great Games on Nintendo Wii focuses the gameplay on the multiplayer component and offers 30 different challenges sorted by categories. Too bad it’s not funny, and technically awful.
  7. Don't buy Family Party: 30 Great Games unless you hate video games and want to torture yourself and the friends who come over and play multiplayer with you.

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  3. Negative: 3 out of 3
  1. ShansterG
    Apr 18, 2009
    3
    Not really all that easy to use, and not very enjoyable. Some of the movements are counterintuitive, and too challenging for young children. Not really all that easy to use, and not very enjoyable. Some of the movements are counterintuitive, and too challenging for young children. Not worth the effort to learn. Expand
  2. MichP.
    Sep 20, 2009
    1
    This game wasn't worth it. We all had trouble playing and accomplishing the games. There were a few tasks that were easy but in most This game wasn't worth it. We all had trouble playing and accomplishing the games. There were a few tasks that were easy but in most cases the play was horrible and frustrating. Wouldn't buy it. Collapse
  3. Nov 21, 2012
    1
    Play 30 hard filled games with up to 4 people