Viva Pinata: Party Animals isn’t much of a game to be enjoyed by yourself. Playing it alone won’t prove to be much entertainment for long. It has a strong multiplayer focus which is why it is of course a party game, being able to play with up to four-players on or offline.
Typical price: $69.95
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