One of the benefits you’d assume to get with a 360 version of the game would be online multiplayer. Alas, that’s not included – curious, indeed. Even stranger is the lack of Live leaderboards. Only Achievements serve as a real differentiator between the two console versions, and though we’re admitted Gamerscore junkies, it’s not good enough to make us switch from our Wii copy.
We’re still fans of the game, as the humor and style are welcome departures from the typical oh-so-serious titles we see on Microsoft’s machine. However, given the choice, we’ll stick with the waggle offered on Wii. Slicker graphics and a couple of exclusive minigames just aren’t enough to make us put down the Wiimote and turn on the Camera.