Gaygamer: Samba De Amigo Review

Gaygamer Writes:

"The graphics have all been revamped and are just as colorful and outrageous as ever. At one point I just sat watching the screen as my two friends played and I felt like I had been thrust into a psychedelic acid trip. It was just as fun to watch as it was to play which is always a nice thing when you have a large group of people.At the beginning of the game you can choose a Mii to use and their little heads are displayed by your score, giving appropriate facial expressions depending on how well you are doing. Your Mii's also become part of the action as background dancers in the scene.

There are new game modes to explore as well in the single player and multi-player modes including a "Career" mode and the Hustle mode. There are also a small collection of mini-games that are interesting to play in a group but ultimately aren't any where near as fun as the main game. Also included are some special Sega themed levels featuring cameos by Sega poster boy, Sonic and that vivacious vixen Ulala from Space Channel 5.

Overall, Samba De Amigo is a lovely revamp of an old classic, one that has been too long in returning to the masses. It's sure to liven up any party and will be enjoyed by gamers and non gamers alike. Players of the original may find the controls a little less responsive but it's certainly not a deal breaker. Samba De Amigo is available now for your Nintendo Wii. Shake it, don't break it!"

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