However, for each fun game there are a couple of failures. Computer-controlled opponents in most of the basketball games are remarkably inept, and the motion controls for the shuffleboard games are annoyingly insensitive. Mini-golf is passably entertaining the first couple of rounds, but the holes start to feel too easy too quickly. And Summer Sports 2's version of soccer is, unfortunately, just too simple to satisfy anyone with a passion for the Beautiful Game. When it comes to party game collections, we're almost always provided a grab bag of good and bad. Four fun games out of 12 might be acceptable in a budget title with a $20 tag, but Summer Sports 2's suggested price of $40 makes it one of the more expensive games in the genre. Wait for the bargain bin.