Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise

Compatible with Xbox360™, Xbox One™
Version: Korea
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
USD 0.00

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Language  English, Chinese, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Korean, Japanese
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise

Product Features

  • This is a used item. If not otherwise mentioned below, spine card is included for titles that originally came with spine cards.
  • Interact with the piñatas: Getting to know and understand the personalities and requirements of your piñatas is essential if you want them to stay happy and thrive
  • Interact with the characters: Decide how much help you want from the local guides, shopkeepers, and work force. Go it alone or get them involved—you choose
  • Watch them grow: Discover the secrets of more than 60 different candy-filled piñata animals to see them grow, change, fight, and even dance!
  • Anything can happen: Guide a constantly evolving, vibrant world to keep your piñata happy and protect them from dangers threatening to break them open
  • Maintain harmony: Maintaining harmony within a growing community isn’t always easy when rivalries, illness, injuries and even candy-spilling fights occur
  • Compatible with Xbox One

Item Description

Viva Piñata™ is a window to another world where wild-roaming, living piñata animals inhabit a growing, changing garden world. Take control of this environment and the piñata within it, influencing its contents to create your very own pet paradise.Once you have resident piñatas, begin to personalize your loyal community. Piñatas can be individually named and given their own personally designed tag to put on display as a declaration of their home turf. The customization doesn’t end there. Make the colorful critters more distinctive by customizing them with all kinds of costumes and accessories.

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No bed of roses
Warning: Do not start this game if you need to go to school or work tomorrow. Once Viva Pinata: Trouble In Paradise sucks you into its addictive garden-building world, you will find it hard to stop playing. For the benefit of those unfamiliar with the original title, Viva Pinata revolves around cultivating cute cuddly creatures in your walled garden, which you attempt to build into a veritable Garden of Eden by planting crops like corn and carrots and setting up homes for all the Pinatas you can lure. Pinatas can be attracted if you know what motivates them: some come in because of your bountiful orchard or because you have created a sandy area where they like to hang out at. This sequel brings more of the same fun gameplay but a villain, Professor Pester, spices things up in Paradise, making for a stronger storyline. There are also new Pinata species you can capture from two new locales - a desert and an Arctic island. A new co-op mode allows parents to hop in with a second controller and potter about the garden when their child needs help - or vice versa. Be warned: This game is no bed of roses. Peel away the cutesy graphics and there's a game about the art of governing hidden inside. You worry about building homes for your citizens (the Pinatas) and new amenities like a pond or footpaths while struggling with the limited land. Social engineering is required too: you need to spur on your citizens' procreation process to increase the birth rate. Even in this world, you have to attract foreign talent continuously while keeping native Pinatas happy. There is also a fair bit of economics worked in as you juggle the trading of Pinatas and farm produce to build up enough capital to buy more upgrading items - from seeds to fences - for your garden. It is entirely possible that ministering to your garden will give those brain cells a good workout, folks. The best thing about the play here is that there is no set formula to follow: you can tweak your garden haphazardly and Pinatas will still wander in. Planning well and learning how to satisfy all Pinata preferences is a must if you intend to capture the more than 100 species available. Fun for all in the family, Viva Pinata: Trouble In Paradise is heaven for fans of the original.
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