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1UP: Samba de Amigo Review

While the colorful visuals are even sharper on Wii, the included minigames are some of the laziest 1UP has seen. Sure, some nostalgic favorites return, like Guacamole (Samba de Amigo's Whac-a-Mole equivalent -- get it?), but both the new and old minigames are very rudimentary and just plain cheap-looking. Despite lacking some follow-through in terms of execution, Samba de Amigo still manages to provide fun times -- when you're not out-of-your-mind frustrated at the fickle controls.

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