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WyattEarpsGhost

WyattEarpsGhost

Canada

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#2

WyattEarpsGhost commented on Top 20 WiiWare Games in USA (11th Feb):

I don't understand why Jungle Speed hasn't made it up to the top of this list. I've had it since it came out and still have fun with large groups. I've played most of the games on this list and none have the playing enjoyment time of Jungle Speed, especially with a group.

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#3

WyattEarpsGhost commented on Review: Jungle Speed (WiiWare):

I think negative comments would only come from those who haven't played the game. Also, last night was the first time my mom got excited at a video game...she beat my brother, dad and aunt. It's always funny hearing mom's trash talk.....Actual comment after winning: "Oh yeah...You guys can't handle the Monkey"

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#5

WyattEarpsGhost commented on Review: Jungle Speed (WiiWare):

It's funny how everyone talks about 1000points being like the decision to buy a new car. It's really an easy decision based on Purchase Price vs. Playtime Value. I've only had it for less than 48 hours and it's cost me the equivalent of about .20cents a game....I'd say that's a smokin deal. Or in another form....While you're all complaining about price I'm writing about how much fun my friends/family are having.

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#6

WyattEarpsGhost commented on Review: Jungle Speed (WiiWare):

Having played both the original and the Wiiware version, I have found that this game has taken all the right components and made an extremely fun and addicting game, especially when as mentioned you get more people playing. This is one of the best card to console conversion games I've played. As far as no online...The fun of this game is to be in a room with the people. Online would take away the intimacy and fun of the actual version. Those who have played the real version would know what I'm talking about. As far as the price....Playing the game 50+ times (cause that's how many times you'll play once you get other people involved and see how addicting it is to out speed your friends) is way better than the last 10 dollars you've spent, which is less than lunch, for some, a Mocha Frappacino and a Happy Meal, or a pack of smokes for others.

Post 14: "I'd rather the real card game, it may be more expensive but I can carry it and play anywhere."
Honestly....when was the last time you carried a board game anywhere?