you seriously need FOUR controllers to play with 4 people.... P.I.R. 2010 lets you use 2, 3, 4 players with just ONE controller... Who the heck has 4 wii controllers? I suggest sticking with 2010 , it's great for parties.
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It’s one of the most known shows for a long time – and it’s easier that Jeopardy and just as easy as Wheel of Fortune.
This makes The Price is Right a perfect game to turn into a console game. But after playing this game for an hour, it seems the people who made this version just phoned it in.
In Single Player Mode, you have to unlock all the games featured in the show by going through episodes, getting past Contestant’s Row and playing said games.
Then, you play the Showcase Showdown and if you win that, you go on to the Showcase.
But once again this game leaves out one important thing: the host. There’s no Drew Carry or Bob Barker leading the player though each part of the episode. The omission really makes the game boring.
Even the Showcases are no fun to watch; all they consist of is several prizes being described by the announcer.
Once you’re done with Single Player Mode, you can play Multi Player Mode where up to four players play the same pricing game, spin the same wheel and bid on the same Showcase. Whoever gets the most money in cash and prizes wins.
The Price is Right Decades could’ve been a really fun companion to the TV show, but the bland presentation and short playing time make this game one only for the hardcore fans. SKIP IT