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  • Summary: Calling gamers of all ages - Six Flags Fun Park welcomes the whole family into a virtual theme park filled with everyone's favorite games, all re-imagined within a colossal park environment that is sure to keep gamers challenged. Upon entrance to the game, players are tasked with quests that encourage them to explore the park's zany universe. After creating a unique custom character, Six Flags Fun Park patrons can test their skills, win prizes, and play against friends and family with 40 mini-games. [Brash Entertainment] Expand
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  2. Negative: 5 out of 7
  1. Six Flags Fun Park is not a terrible game, but it's not really a good game either. I'm not going to play it again, unless I really have to. Then again, I'm not a child, and I can imagine a child enjoying it more thoroughly.
  2. Just do yourself a favor, skip this game and go have fun with the real thing.
  3. Games are hard to control, repetitive, and not very fun. Single-player mode is tedious. Play value is how much the game has to offer, not just replayability.
  4. 45
    The quests are uninteresting and the game's "40 Thrilling Games" (as touted by the box) are far from entertaining. I have many fond memories of Six Flags, but Fun Park is not one of them.
  5. What is the purpose of completing the tasks other than unlocking some mini games? I have no idea, but the tasks are usually not that bad. In fact, some of them are even fun. They must have had some creative writers on staff to come up with the tasks.
  6. If you have a kid and are already planning a trip to Six Flags, this is a solid pick-up, as this $25 game has a $30 kid's admission voucher in it (if you go before the end of 2009,) so it's basically like getting the game for free. Just be prepared to hear complaints from a soon-to-be bored child a few days after purchase.
  7. The few elements of polish, an important part of real-world theme parks, seem like token efforts. The only authentic experience here is the sensation of being nickel-and-dimed at every stand, kiosk, and game you encounter.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 6
  3. Negative: 2 out of 6