Disney Guilty Party

Disney Guilty Party

2010

System
Wii
Publisher
Disney Interactive Studios
Developer
Wideload Games

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 8/10

Overview

Also Known As
Guilty Party
Number of Players
4
Genre
Other, Party
Release Date

Wii

  • 31st Aug 2010 (USA)
Controller Support
Wii Remote

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Reviews

  • 17

    Wii

    Review Disney Guilty Party

    Crime and funishment

    The ideal Wii experience, as advertised, is that of friends and family members gathering around their sets and swinging their Remotes, no matter how old or young, and doing so together. It's unfortunate then that some developers seem content to target the desirable non-traditional players not as a legitimate, equally deserving audience but as gullible gaming rubes more likely..

About The Game

Disney Guilty Party is a fun and hilarious mystery party game, exclusively for Wii™ console.

Friends and family play as the savvy sleuths of the world-famous Dickens Detective Agency to investigate a series of mysteries and identify the guilty party.

Explore a variety of mysterious locations - each with a unique twist. The Wii Remote is used to collect clues and interrogate suspects via fun pick-up-and-play minigames. With enough evidence gathered, players can identify the guilty party and crack the case.

  • Play as an elite detective called in to investigate a bizarre series of mysteries. Search the scenes for clues, question suspects and utilise sleuthing skills to crack the case
  • Play alone or with up to four people in head-to-head gameplay, or team up in cooperative mode to solve the case
  • The Wii Remote becomes a lock pick, a flashlight and more. Quick wits and reflexes are needed in dozens of mini-games to uncover clues and gather information from suspects
  • Each level can be replayed again and again with a different ending every time