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- Play classic and remixed versions of your favorite Hasbro games, including: Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap and Yahtzee
- Engage in friendly competition via online multiplayer and keep track of your victories on leaderboards. (Xbox 360 and PS3 Only)
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Discover endless family fun at the Family Game Night Theme Park! Spin the wheel of fate in the GAME OF LIFE, find out “whodunit” in CLUE, get your groove on with TWISTER, trigger crazy chain reactions in MOUSE TRAP, or try your hand at YAHTZEE HANDS DOWN. Enjoy classic and remixed versions of your favorite games, play with your own customized avatar, and challenge family and friends in online multiplayer (360 & PS3)!
Hasbro Family Game Night 3 is a classic board game compilation for PlayStation 3 that allows players both new and an experienced with the original versions of the games included to discover their fun and addictive appeal for the first time, or all over again. The compilation includes new interpretations of classic board game favorites from different sub-genres, including: The Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap and Yahtzee Hands Down. Additional features include: a variety of gameplay mechanics, including interactive gameboards; an in-game theme park environment that houses separate areas for for each game, as well as regions in-between; four-player support; and the return of Mr. Potato Head who takes on the new role of Park Guide in-game.
Family Game Night is Any Night on PlayStation 3
Revisit the glory days of board gaming, but with a new twist with Hasbro Family Game Night 3. Continuing the popular and winning strategy of introducing young and more mature players to new interpretations of some of the most beloved board games of the past, this third release in the popular Hasbro Family Game Night series continues the addictive, family-friendly fun that players have come to expect, but with even more interactive game choices this time around. Games contained in this release include: The Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap and Yahtzee Hands Down. Players will also enjoy the return of Mr. Potato Head as he takes on the new role of your guide through the island based theme park environment that houses the different games available. Couple this with four-player support and you have an engrossing gameplay experience that families and friends can explore, enjoy and compete through over and over again.
- The third release in the family-friendly Hasbro Family Game Night series
- Play all-new versions of your favorite Hasbro games, including: The Game of Life, Clue, Twister, Mouse Trap, Yahtzee Hands Down
- In-game customization options, PlayStation trophies and more
- Customize Mr. Potato Head as he takes on the role of Park Guide in-game
- Multiplayer support for up to four players
Learn about LIFE.
A new take on Yahtzee.
Expose the killer in Clue.
Get the cheese in Mouse Trap.
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But all is not lost. "Life" was pretty good, actually. Below I'll explain our experience with each game:
Life - This one was probably the biggest motivator to purchase, and thankfully for the most part it is a video game version that is pretty true to the original game of Life. There are some silly mini-games included for things like getting married or getting sued that are a little slow but pretty well executed. This one was well done, and I would give it 5 stars. It was the first one we played after we purchased it, so we were pretty excited to try the others, but unfortunately, I think our expectations were a tad too high.
Clue - Next we tried a game of Clue. Well, this isn't much like the original at all. You move around the board and into rooms where talking with a Clue character reveals a portion of a card. Granted they're trying to get around the requirement of the need for "privacy" in the original game (you have to keep your clue card private so you can actually win), but what happens is you're just mindlessly taking turns walking around the board. Computer players? Not a chance they'll do anything useful. Our AI opponents just roll the die and then walk in whatever random direction they choose to without actually trying to attempt winning. ZZZzzzz.....
Mouse Trap - This is one of those games as a kid that was only enjoyable because you could set up its one-hundred parts to make a marble roll down and do it's "Incredible Machine"-like process. As a child I'm not even sure I cared much about the game itself, and no wonder why - it sucks. And this one is no different. What you pretty much do is go around the board and get pulled into the same mini-game after every roll which is a sort of mouse-trappy version of the old video game "Pipe Dream". The music is repetitive. The game is repetitive. If you lack patience you probably won't last a full game before getting bored and wanting to quit.
Twister - This is a button-pattern game. You follow the button patterns on the screen and repeat. And repeat. And repeat. And repeat. Until your opponent either messes up or stabs his/her eyes out from boredom, because after playing Life you realize this is the EXACT same game as the mini-game in Life when you get married. The music sucks and the sound effect over the top of the button-pushing is distracting. Twister is meant to be played in college dorms as an excuse to touch each other. How, and why, would they take something like Twister and make it so un-fun?
Yahtzee - The next night, we decided to give Yahtzee a try. Unfortunately we had the expectation that the word "Yahtzee" on the title meant "you roll the dice and pick your combos in an effort to beat the other player at the end with the best score". But here is the problem: Hasbro defines "Yahtzee" as "a bastardized co-branded card game called Hands Down that is nothing like actually playing the game of Yahtzee". Yes, the Yahtzee featured on the title of the game has nothing to do with rolling dice. It's a card-swapping game with cards that FEATURE dice.
This stuff is probably fun and simple enough for very young kids to enjoy. They'd like the generic pop-punk soundtrack, the super bright colors, the cutesy 3D animations. They may even enjoy the ultra-repetitive game play on these revised versions of classic board games that Hasbro has shamelessly re-defined into a rather boring video game.
So, just don't buy this expecting the original games. With the exception of Life, none of these games are true to their names, or even remotely as fun as busting the board game out of your closet, dusting it off and playing the actual games with the family.
Thankfully, Life was pretty spot on. For this reason, I'll give it two stars.