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  • Summary: Uno makes its return to consoles and PC with an assortment of exciting features such as added video chat support and an all new theme system which adds more fun to enjoy your Uno game!

    Match cards either by matching color or value and play action cards to change things up. Race against
    Uno makes its return to consoles and PC with an assortment of exciting features such as added video chat support and an all new theme system which adds more fun to enjoy your Uno game!

    Match cards either by matching color or value and play action cards to change things up. Race against others to empty your hand before everyone else in either Classic Play or customize your experience with a variety of House Rules and match settings to ensure you and your friends never play the same game twice!

    Also, get ready to shake things up with new branded themes introducing never-before-seen Theme Cards that really change the way you play the game!
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 11
  2. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. Sep 14, 2016
    80
    Uno makes for a good alternative to the type of fare typically seen on a console. Despite its simple rules, it remains fun thanks to the decent AI and the good-sized online community. It may not be as cheap as the Xbox 360 release was, but if you're looking for a fun card game on the PS4, you can't go wrong with Uno.
  2. Aug 23, 2016
    80
    I was really pleased with this new offering of Uno. It’s one of those games that I will forever be opening up for a few quick matches
  3. Sep 8, 2016
    80
    Quotation forthcoming.
  4. 75
    Ubisoft Chengdu’s UNO does exactly what it sets out to do, it’s a polished (although not perfect) digital version of the beloved card game. The lack of decks is disappointing, but it definitely delivers the same brand of fun that gamers had 10 years ago on Xbox 360.
  5. Aug 29, 2016
    75
    The popular board game comes again with a lots of fun, entertainment and its unique style. If you enjoyed playing it with your friends, you will really like this videogame version.
  6. 70
    As with many classic board and card games, Uno isn’t perfect. It’s driven by luck, games tend to go overlong, and Ubisoft’s no-frills approach is workable, but workmanlike. Despite that, I do really enjoy the core game of Uno in short bursts, and for people who regularly play online with family and friends (and can thus do away with the occasionally irritating random players), this is a great, low-cost way to spend a Saturday evening together when separated by distance.
  7. Aug 22, 2016
    50
    Uno is a great card game, however this version fails to understand the social aspects of card games. It shines if you have friends to play it with, otherwise it's a bit of a bore.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. Apr 1, 2019
    9
    very well ,but I hate that when you create a room with its own rules ,then you throw an invite to the room "with the same rules" ,but in thevery well ,but I hate that when you create a room with its own rules ,then you throw an invite to the room "with the same rules" ,but in the end throws in **** understand that, because of this minus score
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  2. Aug 21, 2016
    8
    I think Uno is a great addition to consoles of any generation. Yes, the multi-play could use some sharpening and simplification overall.I think Uno is a great addition to consoles of any generation. Yes, the multi-play could use some sharpening and simplification overall. However, it is still a fun game to play and has some good variations in the types of games which can be played. If a person is looking to kill some time and play a classic fun card game on the console, Uno is the game to definitely buy. One con I will mention though is the pricing. $14.99 is a bit steep for a simple card game but not a deal breaker. Expand
  3. Jan 7, 2018
    8
    While not the best multiplayer experience (see various other reviews for details) this is still an enjoyable single-player experience. TheWhile not the best multiplayer experience (see various other reviews for details) this is still an enjoyable single-player experience. The game won't break the bank and can easily amuse for a few hours. The variety of basic content is small and the DLC card packs actually contain new features. However given that it costs less than £5/$7 this is a small issue. Expand
  4. Jan 23, 2017
    7
    Okay this one is tough.
    UNO would easily be one of the best Multiplayer Titles on the PS4 but there are a few things present that hold it
    Okay this one is tough.
    UNO would easily be one of the best Multiplayer Titles on the PS4 but there are a few things present that hold it back more than its good for the game.
    The biggest flaw there is is THE LACK OF 3 OR 4 PLAYER OFFLINE COOP ALTHOUGH IT IS SAID OTHERWISE in the games description on the PSN Store!!!!! What the Hell Ubisoft - thats false Advertising.
    You can only Play with one other Person on the Same Screen - I bought it solely because it was Sayin it has a 4 Player Couch Coop which it hasnt.
    Another flaw is the Overall Absence of any sort of Ranking or Scoreboard - after each game you get some Points but - how the hell do they Count? There are no Boards whatsoever as to compare your score to others.
    Theres also DLC packs, one of them is Free and already included and Hell its Bad. I mean even if you like the "Rabbits" from Rayman, the Overflow in randomness and unfair drawings make it almost unplayable.
    The Classic Uno Card Set is the one to go here.
    The Graphics are Fitting, so are the controls, though i think a Highlight Option would be nice (or greying out Cards that you cant use). Theres also one rule no one understands - you can fight agains having to pick up 4 Cards - but how this turns out in the end is completely beyond any understanding. Six adults were reading through the instructions and after hours of gaming no one has a clue on how this works still.
    The Music is pretty chilled and fits as well Id say, although its repetitive as can be.
    All in all Uno can just be recommended to Fans of the Card game when its picked up on a Sale. Its a great game to Play with one friend next to you, but just so much of a letdown that it doesnt Feature 4player Couch Coop although its clearly advertised with it. Shame on Ubisoft for such a big fail since this could have easily been one of the best Party games on the PS4. I hope it gets patched/updated!
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  5. Aug 17, 2016
    7
    If you want a basic game of Uno, then this is a solid purchase. As others have said, it does lack a few features and the multiplayer aspect ofIf you want a basic game of Uno, then this is a solid purchase. As others have said, it does lack a few features and the multiplayer aspect of it is a bit cumbersome. Expand
  6. Aug 17, 2016
    6
    There are many options missing. The game go back to the main menu after each round. there is not option to stay in the room to play again withThere are many options missing. The game go back to the main menu after each round. there is not option to stay in the room to play again with the same people.

    If you are playing with a friend (2x2, team mode) you must to send an invitation for every time that you wanna play. If you play 20 times, you must sent one invitation each time.

    In addition, there are not any filters to find games. You can't chose for example if you wanna play up 500 points or just one round.

    The game is funny, but frustrated because the explanation above.
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  7. Aug 20, 2016
    3
    they messed it up.

    Uno was a game on xbox live arcade on the 360, and it was glorious. all they had to do, was take the XBL version of
    they messed it up.

    Uno was a game on xbox live arcade on the 360, and it was glorious.

    all they had to do, was take the XBL version of uno from about a decade ago, and put it on ps4 and xbox one.

    instead, they messed up.

    1. all cards are highlighted rather than just ones you can play. this makes no sense. if you can only play 2 of your 7 cards, it will still highlight all of them. this is a huge change from the 360 version, which would kinda grey out cards you couldn't use.

    2. video chat is friends only. probably the worst issue in the game right now, is that video chat (which was one of the huge things in uno for 360) is impossible to set to public.

    the best part of uno back then was all the whacky things you would see in video chat, and just chilling with randoms as you play some cards. it's impossible in this game, so this game is not worth it unless you like just plain uno.

    5/10 is average, this is below average. so it gets a 3/10. if they fix video chat and fix the cards blacking out it would easily be a 7+/10
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