57 of 66 people found the following review helpful
Could be much better!,
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This review is from: Wheel of Fortune - Nintendo Wii (Video Game)
I don't regret buying the game from Amazon for $27.99, but wouldn't have been happy to have paid fify as was the selling price at several online sites I checked out before here. The one good thing is that it is suppose to have over 8,000 puzzles and I imagine that it uses the memory on the Wii to keep track of what you've seen and not seen.
It does give WAYYYY too much time to solve puzzles and any player can sit and wait forever while making up his mind whether to spin, solve or buy a vowel. It does need improvement, but it is worth thirty bucks and you will have some fun. Me and my family set a rule that you have to have integrity and honesty on the pop-up puzzles, because once you ring in that you know a toss up puzzle, you then have fifty seconds to solve it and if you have three people, that's a lot of waiting if someone doesn't know it and wants to cheat. We also set a time limit of like five seconds in between deciding whether to spin, solve or what have you.
So to sum it up, you'll enjoy it but I hope the maker of the game makes some adjustments.
Just a tip for anyone who may read this: If you go to Wheel of Fortune's official website, you can download a trial game from "GameHouse" with sixty minutes of play time and the game cost ten bucks to buy after that. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THE OFFICIAL GAME FROM THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE WEBSITE. That game is only one player and the second day of playing, several puzzles began repeating. It is also a hangman style game in that if you miss five times, game over. I would expect much more from the WOF website.