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  • Summary: [Xbox Live Arcade] Compete against three other players to match colors and symbols, go Wild with special command cards such as Skip and Reverse, and be the first to play all your cards. Add-on theme decks offer new art and new card effects, keeping the game fresh and challenging. So connect with friends, choose your favorite house rules, and get ready to shout "UNO!" Three game modes: Choose from Standard UNO, Partner UNO, or House Rules UNO. House Rules UNO: Customize 10 different game rules to suit your preference. Single player: Go up against three computer players. Multiplayer play: Go online via Xbox Live against three other players. Downloads: Get add-on theme decks to customize the visual appearance and game rules. [Microsoft] Expand
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  1. Positive: 22 out of 24
  2. Negative: 0 out of 24
  1. And now the classic card game comes to Xbox Live. And for the cost of a deck of cards, you can play online via Xbox Live against thousands of other like-minded gamers.
  2. UNO is fast, pretty, and incredibly user-friendly.
  3. 85
    The ability to change the rules to suit your taste is a bonus and the online capability is fantastic.
  4. With lots of options, vibrant presentation, and well-implemented online play, Uno is a pleasant five-dollar diversion.
  5. At 400 Microsoft Points(or $5), this game costs less than a real deck of UNO cards and comes with built-in-friends. [Aug 2006, p.82]
  6. 77
    Assuming you like Uno, know that with the camera on the way, Uno's social aspect will only increase. Uno's statistic tracking and online leaderboards add surprising depth to this package.
  7. Uno is a good laugh in multiplayer, it only costs 400 Microsoft points and even a dribbling child could get all 200 GamerPoints from it. [Issue 8, p.120]

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. MatC.
    Jun 2, 2006
    Yes, it's UNO. But given its cost, and what you get, it is exactly as advertized. I don't understand why reviewers say "wow", and put it in the 70's & 80's... for what you pay, this is perfection. What more could you want? This is what 360 Arcade was meant to be! Expand
  2. KristoferR.
    Jun 20, 2006
    Its a fantastic arcade game. Its worth the 400 points were you can sit down and relax with friends listen to music and just have fun.
  3. Jan 23, 2011
    This game is so simple. So basic. BUT SO ADDICTIVE! I can't stop playing Uno. I don't know why, but its just relaxing. I think it's the simple HD graphics and zen style sound. I could play Uno all day and not get bored. Really well done game. Expand
  4. Andyman
    Jun 1, 2006
    Extremely fun game, but then, I'm a big Uno fan anyway. The ability to change the rules to your liking is a big plus, and the already great online play will be even more fun when the camera hits store shelves. Now if I could just find more 4-player online games and get that elusive 12th Achievement done. Collapse
  5. JohnD.
    Dec 9, 2007
    Extremely relaxing. Soundtrack is nice and pace is slow, but obviously it doesn't have multiplayer on the same console. I would've liked if they even had tried something... you can't alllways win. Expand
  6. RedXIII
    Sep 20, 2006
    Ultimately it comes breaks down to a basic poker game, if you want poker with no frills or extras this game is for you, the single player lacks good AI, but online is the way to go. Its fun to chat with the other players, and its fun for the amount paid (unless you got it for free, then its well worth it) basic poker game for casual players. Expand
  7. Sep 28, 2011
    It's a pointless game. Maybe in real life it's fun but to play as a game- especially online? It's ridiculous because there's no way to outplay other people because there's no skill in it. It's just blind luck. It's boring, repetitive and silly imo. Expand

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