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- Four-player action on all games Get together with friends and family to see who can rank #1 in all 11games, whether it’s one player at a time, or simultaneously with 4 player split-screen mode.
- Tournaments If the party gets too big set up tournaments for up to sixteen players. Individual profiles Players can now create a profile to track their progress and skill level as they play.
- Create your own characters Utilize the new Create-a-Player system to design unique characters to fit your individual style.
- Discover extended content Earn tickets that enable players to unlock new game modes a variety of playing surfaces and equipment as well as unlock additional create-a-player assets.
- 11 Games In All: Bean Bags, Horseshoes, Lawn Darts, Puck Bowling, Quarterback Challenge, Trivia, Hoop Shoot, Ping Cup, Shuffleboard, Skillball, Darts
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Enter Game Party 2. I felt a bit silly buying a game that I already had the majority of (GP2 contains all of the games from GP1 plus some extras) but I read a preliminary review from a gaming website and decided to give it a try. The controls are greatly improved. Still not perfect, but at least I feel like where I aim is where I'm (generally) going to land. Aim in GP1, and you'll probably hit somewhere else entirely.
GP1 had many, many pages of characters to choose from. GP2 doesn't have as much of a variety, but you can create your own custom player and save your stats. I'll actually pick up GP2 and play by myself, which I never did with GP1. Too frustrating. By obtaining tickets, you can purchase new things for your characters to wear; I haven't gotten that far yet since the games I played the most didn't offer tickets. It's nice that you can obtain tickets even while playing with friends, something that most games do not offer.
There is also a tournament mode in GP2 which is great if you have more than 4 people who want to play (up to 16, depending on the game). There are a lot of ways to conduct the tournament, such as loser goes home, an actual brackets advancement, and so on. Depending on which one you pick (we did a winner takes all), you can choose how many rounds (3, 5, or I believe 9) before the winner is declared.
The thing I disliked the most about GP2 gameplay was how it was arranged.Read more ›
My favorite games are darts and "Ping Cup," which is otherwise known as Beer Pong/Beirut. On the virtual console these games would run you upwards of $15, so they almost make the package worth it by themselves. Both are fun to play and not difficult to pick up. These are the type of games the Wii was made for.
My biggest complaint is that horseshoes, lawn darts, and bean-bag toss are all the same game using the same motion controls. None of them are very entertaining and can take forever to complete. Hoopshoot, puck bowling, QB challenge, trivia, skillball (Skeeball), and shuffleboard are all OK party games to break up the gameplay, but the real attraction is in darts and pong. These are two games you can play continuously and not get bored with.
Overall, it's a bargain title with some gems in it. Buy it cheap and enjoy the value.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it is a fun game, you get tired of it quick. to simple. horseshoes is my fav.Published 4 months ago by bigetrain62
Gave this to my parents, they seem to like the games quite well.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
my 8 year old and i play it every once in a while. it isnt as polished or cool as the wii sports or resort, but it has a little variety... Read morePublished 6 months ago by greatwhite22