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Hasbro Family Game Night 2


$40.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Improves and fixes a lot of the issues with the first game. Great for the whole family - from children to grandparents. Enhances the classics with gameplay twist 'remixes' not possible in their real world counterparts.

The Cons:Can't actually replace playing the classic games in person. Each game and mini-game is hit-or-miss. Generic family fun.

Hasbro Family Game Night 2 is a ‘Mini Game’ video game released in late 2009 as a sequel to the original Hasbro Family Game Night (November 2008). It is playable on both the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS gaming consoles and features the notorious Mr.

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Potato Head as the host. Included are five very popular games: Operation, Jenga, Bop-It, Pickureka, and Connect 4X4 for the Wii and Sorry, Sliders, Operation, Connect 4X4, and Bop-It for the DS. Up to four players can play at once with either a traditional board game play or an Advanced Mode, which is in fact more like a game show — and adds along a ‘Challenge Wheel’ for the chance to win humongous virtual prizes. Additional features include the ability to pick new themes, the ability to obtain new trophies, and a chance to completely customize Mr. Potato Head.

Features

  • ‘Mini Game’ Video Game
  • Nintendo DS
  • Nintendo Wii
  • Mr. Potato Head (Customizable)
  • Five Popular Games
  • Traditional Board Game Play
  • Advanced Mode +Challenge Wheel
  • Virtual Prizes/Trophies

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    improves and fixes a lot of the issues with the first game

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    great for the whole family - from children to grandparents

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    enhances the classics with gameplay twist 'remixes' not possible in their real world counterparts

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    Jenga is actually better than the official Jenga Wii game

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    cool soundtrack

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    no lost or broken pieces, clean-up

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    can't actually replace playing the classic games in person

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    each game and mini-game is hit-or-miss

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    generic family fun

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