GameFocus writes: "If you think sorting seven cards in a matter of seconds is hard, well that's because it is. The game most likely won't appeal to UNO's broad casual audience like before, but the game definitely will bring Microsoft's hardcore crowd calling. For only 800 MS points, around 10 dollars, you're getting a brand new take on the UNO franchise. While I don't think the Elimination mode fits as well as it could, the other game modes along with online and offline multiplayer provides more than enough stimulation for many afternoons. Microsoft didn't screw around with a formula that worked well for it's classic predecessor and it works well here for UNO RUsh each game will feel different".