The quest for unlockable goodies sustains the single-player mode for a few hours but, like any party game, this one has more legs in its up-to-four-players competitive modes - honestly, who goes to a carnival by themselves, anyway? Audio and visuals are a bit below the Wii's already unimpressive average, but judging a party game by such standards is like watching R-rated skin flicks on late-night Cinemax for the acting. If you're a fan of Nintendo's familiar mini-game fare, or just want something simple for the whole family to enjoy, Carnival Games should keep your Wii-mote moving more than an out-of-control Tilt-A-Whirl.
|Description||If you're a fan of Nintendo's familiar minigame fare, Carnival Games should keep your Wii Remote moving more than an out-of-control Tilt-A-Whirl.|
|US censor rating||Everyone|
|Release date||27 August 2007 (US), (UK)|