Minute to Win It (Kinect) - Xbox 360

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About the Product

  • Features Dozens of Fun and Thrilling Mini-Games from the NBC Game Show
  • Single-Player, Multi-Player, and Co-Op
  • Practice Mode Available - Master the Games Before Hitting the Stage
  • DLC Content Post-Launch games, clothing, accessories, themes, etc.
  • Social Network Support

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Platform: Xbox 360

Product Description

Tackle unique challenges as you compete to win $1 million in NBC's hit game show, "Minute to Win It". With encouragement from All-American chef and host Guy Fieri, you will compete in a series of simple, yet intimidating games that can lead you to a $1 million prize! The everyday household items used in each challenge may seem harmless, but it will take nerves of steel to conquer all the tasks. So be careful, because when that minute is up, so is your chance at winning!

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With encouragement from celebrity chef and host Guy Fieri, you compete in a series of simple yet nerve-wracking games that use common household items. Each 60-second challenge may seem harmless but it takes nerves of steel, intense concentration and nimble moves to win $1 million. Be careful. When that minute is up, so is your chance at winning. Prove you can do it in 60 seconds or less...
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Features

  • Compete in 20 EXCITING CHALLENGES and 9 MINIGAMES to try and win the $1 million grand prize.
  • Play with UP TO 4 FRIENDS with KINECT to truly jump into the game.
  • Features the VOICE AND LIKENESS OF CHEF GUY FIERI, host of NBC's hit show, Minute to Win It.
  • Play using your XBOX LIVE AVATAR and earn XBOX LIVE ACHIEVEMENTS.
  • Choose from four SINGLE-PLAYER modes and six MULTI-PLAYER modes including 2-PLAYER
  • CO-OP and 4-PLAYER TURN-BASED action.


Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B004UMAPRW
Release date October 18, 2011
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4.0 out of 5 stars 82 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
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By Ryan DeJonghe on October 21, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
There is something magically addicting about watching a game show on television. Tension and excitement build when there are big prizes at stake, and nothing spells tension like having a $1 million prize on the line. Minute to Win It is one of these game shows that feature high stakes, quick thinking, and lots of action. With the abilities of the Kinect for Xbox 360, such a game might be a nice translation.

The game show itself, Minute to Win It, has been on American television since March, 2010. The premise of the show is to have increasingly difficult challenges which contestants must complete to win the big bucks. There are a total of ten increasingly difficult challenges offering the ultimate payout of $1 million. The first, and easiest of the challenges, starts off with a reward of $1,000. Each subsequent challenge increases the payout along with the complexity of the challenge. Contestants are asked if they would like to walk away with their current earnings or to stay and possibly win more. The caveat is the possibility of losing all their winnings if they fail their next challenge. As the title of the show would suggest, each challenge must be completed in a nerve-wracking 60 seconds. Audience enthusiasm and tension is orchestrated by celebrity host, Guy Fieri.

As for the game, Minute to Win It, is available on several different video game platforms, but is made most interesting by the Kinect through full body tracking. For people who have ever played the game 1 vs 100 on Xbox Live, the feeling is very similar here. The audience, host, and players all appear as Xbox Avatars. A word to the wise, how you dressed your Avatar, will be how they show up in the game. My Avatar was donning a tux and pig helmet, which seemed proper for a high-stakes game show.
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This game is so overlooked. It has good controls, it follows the game show to the tee (has the same challenges from the show(, and is a ton of fun even if your alone. I dont understand why its not more known when there are all of these stupid kinect games that dont work being advertised like crazy. The only issue i have with this game is that it isnt too lengthy.
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By Rob D on October 22, 2012
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While the game play is OK and is based on the TV show, the "kinect-ability" is horrible. Often times, sensor issues come up and game play is highly affected. I did not pay much for this game so I was OK with the loss. Other kinect games have no problems so I'm sure it's the game, and not my setup. Another complaint is how long it takes to go from game to game
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We received this game and was excited to play it. Some of the challenges were fun, but there was an issue with some. The problem is on some of the games requiring leg movements, the game would not acknowledge our legs moving. We tried everything we could...nothing. We returned the game. The good news is there was no hassle returning the game to Amazon. We just followed the directions given for returns and it was done.
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Fun & entertaining game. As usual with these types of games, they are more fun when played with a large group of people. I only gave it 4 stars because the fun only lasts for a little while and then it's on to the next game.very rarely do I play this game by myself or even with just one of my friends. With that being said, it's a good game to have in your collection. Your company will have fun playing this game, even if it's just for a little while.
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Without a doubt, Game shows are my favorite to watch on tv, and this game show is a blast to watch on tv. When I saw they were coming out with it on Kinect, I was really excited. The game itself is very fun. The menu system is easy to use but not the best menu system I have saw from a kinect game. The timer is very fast once you select something which is good but if you move your hand fast, it goes scrolling down the screen and chooses something else that you definately did not want. My biggest complaint of the game is, Once you conquer / complete an event, you must still play the full 60 seconds. You need to make this like the game show and stop the game and start the music that shows I am winner. :)
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I have to say, I was not expecting much from this game. Like so many other game show tie-ins, I was expecting it to be a play once and stick it on the shelf game. I'm glad I was wrong! This game is fun to play and to watch others play. Granted, some of the challenges are a bit iffy with how they are controlled but, overall, the multiple ways you can play make it a game you can pick up and run through a few mini-games and get a good workout while having a fun time.
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We have a really hard time with this game not being responsive to our movements. Makes it very frustrating to play. Idk if it's because of the placement of the sensor or the programming of this specific game but our other games seem to respond just fine.
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