The Party Animals are nearly here

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One of my most anticipated games this year is coming on the 16th of November. The local release date for Viva Pinata Party Animals has now been revealed and what is going to make my life easier is that it is coming in at a respectable R399

Set in the colourful and vibrant world of Pinata Island players get to ‘battle’ through 50 mini-games as their favourite Pinata, this is Microsoft’s first real attempt at a casual game for the 360 and I am very interested to see how it all comes together.

I was very skeptical about the first Viva Pinata, which blew me away, so I have high but realistic hopes for this one.

This is a game for the entire family though, this is not going to compete with the regular 1am gore fests or Master Chief marathons..

Last Updated: October 31, 2007

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • Well, the only competition in the mini-games genre for the 360 is Rayman Raving Rabbits which was, IMHO, a terrible port visually. I played it on both the PC and 360 and while the PC had sharp graphics and decent loading times; the graphics for the 360 really looked like they were down-graded and grainy, painful slow loading screens inserted.

    Basically, Party Animals can’t lose and if the button mashing fun I had with my friends on Rayman is any judge; it’ll be a socialites “must have”.

  • doobiwan

    Hey you’re all forgetting the “totally awesome” Fusion Frenzy, and the ultimate party game – Track and Field :p

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