Before going any further, it should
be noted that Guinness World Records for Wii is designed for the
younger gamer, so if you're looking for the next War and Peace
console game, than you may wish to look elsewhere.
said, Guinness World Records for Wii is a fun game, it's just that
the content is aimed at a younger market which should part of
your decision before purchasing this fun little Wii game filled
with a plethora of mini-games.
The game is based on the popular
Guinness World Records that feature some of the world's most
strangest accolades and accomplishments from tallest man or
person who can crush the most cans on his forehead.
say, they are quite bizarre and strangely entertaining and in
the game, players must attempt to break a variety of real-world
Guinness World Records. Control wise, the title is quite easy to
master and is ideal for the younger gamer as they use the
controller and nunchucks to compete against a variety of
opponents and times.
Graphically, the title is quite
visual and colourful albeit in a Saturday morning cartoon way,
however it actually suits the genre and gameplay perfectly. The
characters are well animated and the background environments,
although quite simplistic assist in immersing you into the
At its core, the game is a
collection of mini-games that also use an online leader board,
provided you have the connection and creates a sense of
community which is great for kids. Some of the games include
popping balloon or water melons in a set amount of time or even
attempting to grow the world's longest finger nails.
As you can see, the games are quite
diverse and for the younger gamer, quite entertaining at times.
With a total of 36 different games from egg spoon races or
tearing up phone books, there is definitely a mini-game for
In conclusion-, Guinness
World Records: The Videogame is quite an entertaining title for
the younger and some older gamers that features entertaining
solo games and even some great multiplayer options with
colourful graphics and decent sound effects.