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  • Summary: [Xbox Live Arcade] Join your host Mr. Potato Head as you play your favorite Hasbro games including CONNECT FOUR, BATTLESHIP, YAHTZEE, BOGGLE, SORRY! and SORRY! Sliders, as well as exciting new versions created for Xbox LIVE Arcade in Hasbro Family Game Night. Great family games: Play all your favorite Hasbro games that you know and love so well. Exciting new versions: And play those games like never before with exciting new variants including CONNECT 4 Power Chips, BOGGLE Portal Cubes, Reverse YAHTZEE, and BATTLESHIP Barrage! Customized game room: Choose the game room theme that's right for you. Earn new game themed trophies, furniture, and decorations to customize your game room. Party time: Build a custom Party Game by choosing your favorite games, number of players, and time you want to play. [Electronic Arts] Expand
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  1. EA Bright Light did about as good a job as a team can do when working with the classic games of many of our childhoods. It’s a delicate job, but HFGN pulls off classic-board gaming with aplomb, while at the same time adding more video game-centric modes to each title.
  2. 85
    Just like the board game its easy to learn, fast paced, and fun to play. But unlike the other Hasbro Family Game Night offerings, its two new modes are pretty feeble.
  3. It won’t entertain you for long, but the bite-sized games are perfect for killing time, and surprisingly addictive.
  4. It is especially good for families with younger kids who wouldn't do well with group games like Scene It.
  5. Despite a few flaws and one ill-conceived megamix, these games are treated with the respect they deserve at a price we’re willing to pay. We’re happy to see them on Arcade where they belong.
  6. Overall Connect 4 for me isn’t worth the 800MS Points. Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed playing it, but if it was priced at 400MS Points I would be telling you to go and rush to buy it, especially if you enjoy playing Connect 4 with the family, but at 800 I just can’t do that.
  7. 60
    Regardless of your preference it is also impossible to deny the addictiveness of this simplistic game of logic.

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