Gaming Age writes: "There's really not a whole lot to complain about here though, as it is Wheel of Fortune, and most of us know what to expect out of it. The core game is represented well enough, and it's certainly fun to play a game or two, but there's nothing in the way of extra content or any surprises you wouldn't normally find on the show. It's a pretty bare release for PSN, but one that can be a lot of fun with a small group of players at home or online. If you've got a few friends that feel like playing, then pick it up; it's a pretty solid time waster. However, if you're playing alone, $15 might be a little steep for the asking price, and I'm not sure I'd suggest giving this one a go".