This game is ok to play with a friend for one night, but otherwise you should pass on its steep $40 price tag.
Had this game been four players like the previous games, I would've given this game a 5 instead of a 3. This is a party game but only for two players. There's no excuse to do that.
For better value (and far better, less gimmicky add-on games), get Hasbro Family Game Night 3 for Xbox 360 and Wii. That has Life, Mouse Trap, Sorry, and you can play with FOUR players. That's more than good enough for me.
Only rent this if you're going to play with a friend. Or your mom. Whatever. Otherwise, don't even bother putting this in your queue.