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The Price is Right Decades - Kinect Required - Xbox 360 Standard Edition

by Ubisoft
Platform : Xbox 360

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  • Three game modes: Single Player, Multiplayer local and Multiplayer online*. For the first time ever, play pricing games simultaneously with up to four players in both multiplayer modes.
  • Over 40 pricing games from all four decades of the show, 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s, with thousands of items up for bid.
  • Includes rare pricing games taken from The Price is Right show's vault, and new games not included in any previous The Price is Right video game.
  • Pricing games now in stereoscopic 3D for stunning visual effects. Authentic show music and game sounds for a true-to-TV gameplay experience. Unlock pricing games and a bonus "funniest moments" video from the show.
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B005GWU0FM
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.5 x 1.5 cm ; 91 g
  • Release Date: Oct. 18 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #5,774 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)

Product Description

successful game shows ever to air on television. The show attracts a wide demographic and life-long viewers, and it retains its popularity for good reason: gameplay is simple - just guess the retail price of popular consumer products from all four decades of the show!

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By melinda on Feb. 3 2014
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Not much of an exciting game, thought it was going to be different from what it actually is. I guess if you have more than one player, it may be a bit more interesting. Graphics were good. Just thought the game was ok though.
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By D.Cole on Oct. 27 2014
Fun at times, but gets repetitive. kinect works for spinning the wheel, and maybe a couple other things.
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By mike wille on March 29 2015
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Fun game with different decades of games from the show
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Terrible, glitchy, no multi-play Kinect Nov. 23 2011
By Mom of the Year - Published on
To say this Kinect game is disappointing is an understatement. It's full of glitches (i.e., you raise your hand to throw a dice or ball and it won't recognize you), the multi-play controller version is lame (i.e., you do not bid on separate showcases, you bid on the same showcase), and, worst of all, there is NO multi-play Kinect feature! The commercial is very misleading because it shows a family gathered around a girl as if they're all playing and engrossed in the game together. Wrong. The entire round is only for one player, so every one else in the room just sits there and watches in sheer boredom. We bought this to play as a family and play against each other, but that is not allowed. The Kinect feature is only against the computer. This strikes us as completely ridiculous. Isn't the fun in playing with your friends and family? To top things off, the instruction manual is less than helpful.

We purchased this game at a store at full price and kicked ourselves for it. If you absolutely must have this game, wait for it to be deeply discounted or rent it. It is absolutely not worth the list price, or even half that.

The only reason I'm giving it 2 stars instead of 1 is because my 4 year old is enjoying it. There is entertainment value in it for him, so not all is lost.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Looking for a family fun game? June 19 2012
By Cranky Jedi - Published on
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If you're searching for a family game that will bring you hours of entertainment then this is the one. Spin the wheel, bid on 3 decades of items from contestant row and try to win the showcase. Certain portions of the kinect games and functionality is a tad sensitive but other than that its a really fun game. The kinect portion is available only for 2 players but 4 player game is possible with controllers.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Here it comes! Dec 20 2012
By The Angry Charlottean - Published on
"The Price is Right Decades" is the latest video game iteration of the longest-running show of its kind. And the reason it's called "Decades" is simple. You play pricing games from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and 2000s - games like Money Game, Plinko, Ten Chances, Punch-A-Bunch, and 3 Strikes. And how long you've been around makes a huge difference - stuff didn't cost as much in the 70s as it does now, so you have to remember which decade you're playing in to be successful at this game. Otherwise, you can wind up overbidding a lot.

The game's graphics are a big clue to which decade you're playing in, as well. The game set for the 1970s looks much like the set did when TPIR debuted on CBS in 1972, with lots of brown and yellow and orange. The modern day set looks just like what you'd see on TV now, with all sorts of color to take advantage of high-definition broadcasting. In that regard, and with regard to the game selection, it is very authentic to the show's heritage.

I have not played this game in multi-player mode. But I can say in single-player mode, if you play the computer in the Showcase, it shows two distinct showcases. I've never bid on the same showcase as the computer. The game works well with the normal controller scheme. I don't have a Kinect on my Xbox 360, and to be blunt, a Kinect is really not necessary for enjoying the game, which is why I'm preplexed as to why another game in this particular genre, "Who Wants to be a Millionaire", requires Kinect. (I've been a contestant on the real-life "Millionaire", and though I enjoyed the experience, it's not one I'd want to replicate at home.)

Although it helps to be a fan of TPIR, this game is, I believe, fairly easy to pick up and play. I have enjoyed having it in my collection and consider it a worthwhile purchase.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good game, but has flaws(like most game show games) Dec 30 2011
By akavir - Published on
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When I found out that TPIR:Decades had Kinect functionality, I was very happy, and had to get it. Ordered it Christmas day with an amazon gift card and received it before New Years! I have been disapointed in the functionality of pretty much every game show game ever released. Their are 3 game modes, Single Player(Just what it says with No Kinect functionality.) is the closest to the real TV game and I found it to be extremely enjoyable. Multiplayer(Local or Live play), it's nice to be able to play TPIR over xbox LIVE with friends and random people. The Local play however, limits saving archives and getting achievement to Player 1. This seems a little stupid when my wife and I both have profiles and want to gain achieves together but whatever. Kinect Party is the last mode. It can be played with up to 4 people(achievement restrictions are the same as Local multiplayer. I love the kinect functionality for pricing games and the Showcase showdown, but in contestants row and the showcase to bid you are presented with 4 choices, and one is the correct price, it really bugs me that in such a cool mode such as kinect, you can't either say your price or atleast use your hand with kinect to change the price.

All in all a fabulous game, and the decades part is fun, kinda like a trip back in history! Worth owning, but not what I was expecting!
Nicely done! July 2 2014
By The Movie Geek - Published on
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Quickly shipped & exactly as described. Nicely done!