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Hasbro Family Game Night 3


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Not for the young as you might think!

posted by Ld_Rabbie (PALM BAY, FL) Mar 21, 2011

Member since Mar 2011

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Many of us remember playing these games as kids! But this version is tough for adults to figure out going with the original play, Now their "REMIX" is very hard to understand. The worse is trying to read the panels during the game comments.

As I said not for the young! and not fun for the Adult who has to keep explaining the game to their kids.

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Really Bad


posted by hutch (DALLAS, TX) Mar 4, 2011

Member since Feb 2011

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

annoying talking spud, thats all you really need to know about this title. Dont blame EA, they are the smart ones in this equation. EA markets this game mainly to the wii, and in doing so 2 to 12 year olds are happy as could be with there favorite talking spud at the for me I threw this game right back in the envelope and will gladly wait 5 more days for a new game. This game is so bad if it did not cost 40 dollars to keep I would of gladly destroyed it. A array of games are included in this title, such as Yatzee hands down, twister ... which is more like a dancing button pushing thing.....mouse trap, game of life, and clue. Clue was the only title my gf loved due to the fact that she won. I would not reccomend this game to a blind man with one hand, it is so bad that i hope the people that worked on this game can not find jobs.

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posted by lynnshack (GRAND RAPIDS, MI) Dec 10, 2010

Member since Dec 2010

9 out of 10 gamers (90%) found this review helpful

Sorry, but this is a boring game. I love most of these board games, but they just don't translate well to video game formats. They become boring - just click a button and the game does the rest. I don't want to just click a button - the point of these games is to DO - move your piece, read the card, decide what to do, figure out the solution. It just isn't the same this way.

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