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After hearing a sequel to Viva Pinata was in the pipeline I became intrigued to know how Rare intended to improve on the original. In my opinion the original was near flawless in execution providing me - an Adult - hours of fun for what is considered a kids games.
My first impressions with Trouble in Paradise are very positive. Rare have shown a dedication to their fans by not fixing, what was not broken. They've left the basic controls the same, with some additional improvements (e.g the repetitive nature of buying and planting seeds). The number and variety of Pinata's has also increased significantly, and right from the start players of the original game will get to see… Read more