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With Nintendo’s Wii quickly increasing its market dominance over the Xbox 360, Microsoft is fighting a seemingly losing battle to increase its family market share. At the forefront of this strategy is a new game, Viva Piñata: Party Animals. The title is a continuation of a series that began Microsoft’s family-friendly attempt last year with the sandbox game Viva Piñata.The original Viva Piñata, released last November for the Xbox 360, was meant to be the launch of a new family franchise. The rel...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Viva pinata party animals.Game play: The gameplay itself is good but there is a lack of variety the single-player is fine all the races and minigames are pretty much easy but this game has a big lack of variety who would buy a game with only minigames in it I beated the game twice in about an hour and I have to say its only good for the achivements since its pretty easy to earn points so I suggest that you rent the game first. If you like Viva Pinata you might as well buy the original Viva Pinat...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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