Top Family Games of 2010
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top family games of 2010, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
While Dead or Alive: Paradise may appear exciting to a sex-starved 16-year-old, the game is insulting to all other audiences; a huge backwards step in an industry desperately trying to mature.
While the games on offer here aren't entirely original and seem like extensions of what we saw in EyeToy games over the years, there's no question that with the right crowd they're good fun.
TV Superstars fails at being a consistently enjoyable party experience. The set-up is interesting, but the execution isn't nippy enough for a mini-game collection.
EA hasn't done that bad a job with Monopoly Streets, but I'd personally rather stick with the real thing.
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Super Monkey Ball: Step and Roll might be marketed as a game to play using the Wii Balance Board, but it's a much better game when played using standard Wii Remote controls.
This kind of venture isn't for everyone, but if you've got the ideas and the patience to make them work, WarioWare DIY will keep you tied up for months.
Eleven months on from the original release, this is still the best monkey-cat-hybrid simulation that money can buy.
Move support is a bit too basic to care about, but the core quizzing is excellent, making this a must buy for anyone who enjoys quiz battles on their sofa.
For the game's target audience - pre-teen kids - this is an excellent Kinect game that will provide hours of fun.
Travel in Time is far more than a hastily cobbled-together ensemble of mini-games. It's a cohesive party experience with a plethora of activities tied together in a fantastic hub world.