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Hasbro Family Game Night

Compatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

For US/Canada systems.
Version: US
NTSC
US$33.99
Our previous price:US$34.40
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Hasbro Family Game Night
Hasbro Family Game Night
Hasbro Family Game Night
Hasbro Family Game Night
Hasbro Family Game Night
Hasbro Family Game Night
Hasbro Family Game Night

Product Features

  • Experience new ways to play the best selling board games
  • Choose between traditional rules mode or mix it up with additional game modes for entertaining new ways to play
  • Earn points by playing games and completing challenges to trade in for new items to make your game room unique and accessorize your game room host, Mr. Potato Head
  • Games feature "party modes" for each game especially designed for getting family and friends together to play
  • Each game in party mode features four new exciting ways to challenge your competitors
  • Be the board game champion with customized tournament play across different games and challenges
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Item Description

Hasbro Family Game Night creates a whole new way for families and friends to play together. Hasbro Family Game Night is the second console game to launch as a result of the EA/Hasbro alliance. Join Mr. Potato Head as your personal game room host and coach in your very own customized family game room. Play classic Hasbro games in brand new and fun ways in addition to the original rules that everyone knows and loves. Hasbro Family Game Night features classic and party game modes of family favorites such as CONNECT FOUR, BATTLESHIP, YAHTZEE, BOGGLE, SORRY! and the all new, SORRY! Sliders.
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Hasbro Family Game Night
Here, Hasbro offers not one but six games. In Connect Four, you need to link four chips horizontally, vertically or diagonally to win. Battleship is the strategy cum guessing game where opponents pinpoint ship positions on a grid and Yahtzee is a dice-scoring game. In Sorry!, players have to move all their four tokens to the end point and all four are faithfully replicated. Boggle, however, now requires you to spell out the words on screen instead of putting them on paper which might inspire some cheating. The new game, Sorry! Sliders, is one where, using the Wii remote, players slide tokens onto scoring areas.
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