Best party games ever

Best party games ever

Online multiplayer gaming is fine and dandy, but playing with friends and family all together in one room has always been way more fun. And if you’re looking to add a little participatory entertainment after everyone has finished their serving of turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie next week, these favorite party-friendly video games can get everyone in on the action…and maybe even off the couch! These form of gaming is gaining much acceptance among the younger generation because of the fun element attached to it and has many multiple player system.

These are the top party video games to enjoy with everyone:

Game & Wario

Buy it on a disc for the Wii and get Battleship, Boggle, Connect Four, Sorry!, Sorry! Slider and Yahtzee. Or, if you have an Xbox 360, download the Family Game Night hub for free and cherry pick your favorite titles – available individually for 800 MS Points. Most of the titles are faithful adaptations, Yahtzee arguably the best.

Mario Party

It is a party video game series featuring Mario franchise characters in which four human- or computer-controlled characters compete in a board game interspersed with minigames. The series was developed by Hudson Soft and published by Nintendo; the arcade version was developed by Capcom. The series is known for its party game elements, including the often-unpredictable multiplayer modes that allow play with up to four human players.

Rayman Raving Rabbids

Rayman Raving Rabbids is a spinoff in the Rayman series released by the company Ubisoft as a Wii launch title. The game consists of 75 minigames. The game is primarily designed with the Wii Remote in mind, but is also available on Game Boy Advance, PlayStation 2, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo DS, and Xbox 360. Releases for PlayStation 3 and PSP of the game were planned, but were later cancelled for unknown reasons, making it the only game in the series that was released for the PlayStation 2.

Crash Boom Bang!

Crash Boom Bang! is the first game to be released exclusively for the Nintendo DS, and the second party game of the series, after Crash Bash. The game’s story centers on a multi-millionaire who uses the characters of the series to unearth a powerful object. The game has received largely negative reception from reviewers, who criticized it for having unoriginal, dull gameplay and poor controls.

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