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Millions of people know what Guinness World Records is. How many of those millions know about the video game based on the Records book? I am doing my small part to help educate millions about this Wii game. Guinness World Records The Video Game is a mini game compilation based on various world records. Things like growing the longest finger nails, shearing sheep, tearing phone books, and more. Four family members can get together and enjoy this Wii game. There are thirty-six unique challenges in Guinness World Records The Video Game. I have to question how realistic some of these were like having a double decker bus dropped on a human beings head.

The bright colors come alive in Guinness World Records The Video Game. The art style fits this home console game perfectly. I loved running around the world with my little character. There is some mild violence in Guinness World Records The Video Game as players play the mini games. Thankfully this is the exception instead of the rule.

The music in Guinness World Records The Video Game is awesome. I got into this game thanks in part to how energetic, fresh, and fun the music in. The special effects fit the theme of this game. Guinness World Records The Video Game shows the player various records on the menu screens. This is awesome because this Wii game is teaching something worthwhile (editor: in this reviewers opinion) while entertaining players.

Players start out with about one third of the mini games. Players are rewarded with points when they complete mini games. These points are used to purchase the other two thirds of the mini games. Players have a decent amount of choices in their avatar, and there are enough mini games to keep families busy for weeks. I spent my own money on Guinness World Records The Video Game, and feel I got my moneys worth.

Mini game compilations are always hit and miss. What is really difficult is trying to figure out how good a compilation is when there are some good and some bad mini games. The majority of them in Guinness World Records The Video Game are good. The instructions that are accessible before the player starts the mini game explain what to do to succeed. I ran into few problems. There are a few mini games that I had trouble figuring out. All in all I had fun with this Wii game.

It is so cool when a video game takes the time to teach us something worthwhile. Learning about different world records may or may not be worthwhile. I personally found it interesting. I hope the WB churns out sequels to Guinness World Records The Video Game in the coming years.
- Luke


Graphics: 88%
Sound: 93%
Replay/Extras: 89%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 85%
System: Wii
Publisher: Warner Bros Interactive
ESRB Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Animated Blood, Comic Mischief, Crude Humor}

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