The first Viva Pi%26ntilde;ata was a bit magical. Your bright, cheery pi%26ntilde;ata garden was a pleasure to gaze upon and tinker with as you saw fit. With a steady trickle of new pi%26ntilde;atas to woo into your lush sanctuary, you could set yourself to work building a utopia or simply sit back and enjoy watching nature unfold.
Viva Pi%26ntilde;ata: Trouble in Paradise continued the pi%26ntilde;ata-nurturing, garden-building tradition, but felt more like an expansion than a sequel. If a third Viva Pi%26ntilde;ata is ever announced for 360 (we're not counting Party Animals), we want to see a proper balance this time between maintaining the core pi%26ntilde;ata gameplay and adding enough new content to make it feel like a fresh experience.