Guinness World Records isn't the most revolutionary or innovative minigame compilation on the market, but it works well at what it sets out to do. By using a currency system, the game allows for unfolding unlockables over time, giving players a sense of accomplishment and progression throughout. Additions like purchaseable apparel and updatable records via Wi-Fi add legs to the game.
It's not a bad option, although at its initial retail price of over $30, it may be little on the pricey side given how many minigame collections already flood the system. Nevertheless, players pining to try their party game skills against those from around the world will find this a decent option.