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Wii Survivor

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
19 customer reviews

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  • Compete Against Your Friends In 24 Games Right Out Of Survivor, Using Up To 4 Wii Remotes
  • Choose To Join Jalapao Or Timbira, Then Fight For Your Tribe's Honor
  • Conquer The Island As One Of Sixteen Playable Characters
  • Balance-Get Physical By Using The Wii Balance Board In The Island Challenges
  • Featuring the voice of jeff prosbt!
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Product Description

Compete to survive

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  • ASIN: B0049488NO
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 19, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,307 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A. Suriano on January 17, 2011
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I've seen every Survivor episode since Season 2, so I picked up this game since I never miss an episode. The manual isn't great, I thought it could've explained things better, but maybe since I know how the show works, I was expecting things to operate like the show. I'm reviewing the 1 player game.

There are 16 Survivors, and they are real people who've been on Survivor. Some who are familiar faces and others who aren't. I have no idea how they selected these 16. The game starts as you pick one of the two eight person tribes. Timbira has: Kathy, Colby, Boston Rob, Earl, Ian, Twila, Cirie, Amber. Jalapao has Tom, Brian, Sandra, Stephanie, Denise, Kelly, Austin, Yul. Tina is not playable but is the person who shows you how to move the remote to play the challenges. Then you pick one of the eight members to play in a reward challenge. If you win a reward challenge you get a reward. I won a fruit basket, a barbecue. It's supposed to help you in the immunity challenge, but I don't know how. Each tribe member has a list of three challenges that they excel at. The challenges are all mini-games that have you to wave/move the Wii Remote or Nunchuk in motions that make you paddle through water, shoot at an archery-like target, run a long jump like in the Olympics, etc. After the reward challenge you pick a tribe member for an immunity challenge. Again, a mini-game will take place. Whoever wins the immunity challenge wins immunity for their tribe. Now tribal council takes place. This is where the game greatly fails and here's why:

My first tribal council, I lost immunity. My tribe is at tribal council. I'm expecting to be able to write a name down on the parchment and vote for someone (remember, the manual is horrible). But, I don't get to vote.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Eric K. Corbridge on January 16, 2011
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Let me start by saying I am a huge SURVIVOR fan and I would have been satisfied with with just a decent game. I even had read the previous review and thought I would give it a chance anyway. BIG MISTAKE! This is the worst video game I have EVER played, and I'm not kidding. It is a bunch of mini-games that loosely resemble outdoorsy-type things. I need to break this down more:

The mini-games:
They are difficult to actually control, the graphics are awful, and most them aren't fun whatsoever.

The SURVIVOR experience:
-The music isn't authentic (the only thing that is authentic is the logo and Probst's voice)

-There are 2 tribes (using past Survivor names but not likenesses......not even close). However, you just pick a tribe, you don't actually control a single "contestant".

-The game just consists of taking part in a reward challenge, then straight to an immunity challenge, and then to tribal council. You just pick a player on your tribe for each challenge and use that person only. All the challenges are one-on-one. Reward challenges are pointless, but if you win an immunity challenge you get to "witness" the other tribes Tribal Council and just pick who you want voted out. Then they are gone, that's it. They don't even vote or even read the votes. The person just stands up and goes to get their torched snuffed. I'm not kidding. Funny thing is, even if you win the immunity challenge, YOU DON'T GET TO VOTE! At Tribal council, someone just gets up and leaves. That's it.

-There is no merge AT ALL. Once you eliminate the other team, the game is over. There isn't even a Sole Survivor. Seriously.

So, let me make this simple.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By rmarl654 on January 10, 2011
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Do not waste your money. This is by far one of the worst Wii games ever. Very disappointing! I am a huge Survivor fan and this game is insulting. It is no wonder I never saw it anywhere to be sold, this game is bad.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ben on August 5, 2013
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Fans will love this game, as well as people that have never played survivor before.

So basically, you get to choose a tribe with unique characters and you can play as a certain character that you pick before every challenge. There are reward challenges AND immunity challenges. Here is where some people get disappointed: At tribal council, there is no tribe vote. If your tribe is at tribal council someone is automatically eliminated.(the order never changes the same person always goes home which really hurts this game). If the other tribe goes to tribal council, you pick who you want to leave and they leave. Another "con" to this game is that there is no "merge." You will play until 1 tribe is completely eliminated and if it is not your tribe then you win.

The game has some good replay value that will leave fans aiming to play all of the challenges and if they fail(which it is likely you will) then you will want to try again and maybe play as a different tribe or a different survivor.

The directions for the challenges can be a little hard at times, but after a few tries you should be able to figure it out.

I have yet to try multiplayer mode.

There is no camp drama or camp time. After each challenge and tribal council, the next challenge automatically starts.

You will not be able to play every challenge unless the tribes go down to 1 vs 1.

The game takes around 1-2 hours to finish depending on how fast/good you are at challenges.

*NOTE*: You do not NEED the Wii Balance Board. It is completely optional. A wii remote and a nunchuck are required however.

Overall it is a good game that should be appreciated for the work that was put into it.
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