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Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
4.3 out of 5 stars 61 customer reviews

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  • Customize your garden and pinatas - Plant flowers, dig ponds, even place sand and snow in your garden to make exotic species of pinata feel at home. Buy objects to change the weather, or get new toys for your pinata. And nurture the thirty-two new species
  • Play multiple game modes - Use the Player Guide System to master the fundamental aspects of the game. Then, try the Standard Mode where sour pinatas, feuding species, and limited money call for you to exercise problem solving and creativity to build
  • Show off to friends - Use the new photo mode to snap, print, and upload pictures of your unique garden or customized pinatas to show to friends.
  • Photograph your pinata and turn it into a pinata card, then share it with your friends so they can scan it and put it into their own garden.
  • Teach your pinatas tricks - pinatas can perform dazzli
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Universal, suitable for all
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B001CSMAVG
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.2 x 1.6 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 5 Sept. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,111 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Return to magical pinata Island in Viva pinata: Trouble in Paradise. Unfortunately, not all is well on the island, as Professor Pester and his gang of Ruffians have wiped out pinata Central's computer records, posing a threat to parties everywhere. Rebuild the computer database and thwart Professor Pester's evil plot by sending pinatas at full candiosity to parties all around the world. Build and maintain your pinata gardens using your creativity and imagination to attract, trap, protect, train, and manage more than 100 different pinata species.

  • Customize your garden and pinatas - Plant flowers, dig ponds, even place sand and snow in your garden to make exotic species of pinata feel at home. Buy objects to change the weather, or get new toys for your pinata. And nurture the thirty-two new species of pinata, including sour pinatas that infiltrate and wreak havoc in the garden. Choose to tame the sours, or feed them candy to keep them sweet.Play with a friend - Family members and friends can now share in the joy of creating a garden
  • Play multiple game modes - Use the Player Guide System to master the fundamental aspects of the game. Then, try the Standard Mode where sour pinatas, feuding species, and limited money call for you to exercise problem solving and creativity to build and maintain your garden. Or enjoy Just for Fun Mode, which allows you to build a garden full of colorful creatures without worries. Experience pinata Vision - Plug in an Xbox LIVE Vision camera and interact with the game through the use of pr
  • Show off to friends - Use the new photo mode to snap, print, and upload pictures of your unique garden or customized pinatas to show to friends.
  • Photograph your pinata and turn it into a pinata card, then share it with your friends so they can scan it and put it into their own garden.
  • Teach your pinatas tricks - pinatas can perform dazzli

    Manufacturer's Description

    A never-before-seen feature called Piñata Vision allows players to plug in an Xbox LIVE Vision camera and interact with the game through the use of printed cards that feature a unique barcode. With Piñata Vision, gamers can simply flash a piñata card up to the Vision camera, and the content will drop directly into the game. Live Vision accessory sold separately.


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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 and play with these new creatures. Again the basic concept of the original game remains unchanged, with the exception that the "Party" pinata tasks have been considerably revampped. Before they seemed largely irrelevant and an unneccessary distraction now they contribute significantly to the introduction and romancing of the new species particularly in the new desert and arctic "visiting" gardens.

This game is really addictive and grows on you quickly. Don't let the cutesy nature fool you either. Even the most seasoned of gamers will struggle to see all of the Pinata's in the game - and I don't believe it will be for the want of tryiny as there is enough variety and achievements to play this for 80+ hours. You've been warned!
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Yes this is a good game i enjoyed the first one also, it can seem a tad childish but still enjoyable none the less.

the first game had some problems with the controls but they have sorted most of these out.

my only problem is the the live vision system, it's good when it works but i seem to have trouble getting it to scan stuff in,

all and all a good game and really good value! i mean a brand new 360 game for around £30 well worth a buy
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I'm pleased to say this version of Pinata is similar to the original in terms of gameplay and controls. I'm pleased because i traded in my Pinata game to get this new one!. All the old characters are there, along with some new ones - although i havent played long enough to see them all yet!. I didnt think the tutorial was as good as the first game - i was ok because i am a seasoned Pinata player and as the controls were pretty much the same, it was easy to get the hang of. However for new players i think the tutorial could of been a bit better.

My only other gripe is that the romancing mini games have become harder! you now have to collect a required amount of love hearts before reaching the end of the maze. To be honest i don't think that was necessary as some of the mazes were hard enough!

All in all - if you liked Viva Pinata - you will like this game as its much the same.
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Viva Pinata is an amazing game. When people say 'dont be put off by the childish appearance' take their word for it. Its a colourful game, but by no means soley aimed at a younger audience. The games title 'trouble in paradise' should be a clue. A sexual innuendo in the title for a kids game is a little nod to older gamers, brothers and sister, mums and dads that will have to watch their kids playing this game (and secretly sneaking a go on the Xbox at 2am). Its also a hint at the sense of humour Rare have. It is a very intelligent game.

There is alot to do in Viva Pinata. It is hopelessly addictive. It has many levels of enjoyment. From just looking at how pretty the graphics are, to geting your green fingers dirty with some pretty hardcore management sim gameplay.

Managing your garden is so relaxing you just melt away. planting seeds, tending to your pinata. It is such a glorious waste of time.

It really is like one glorious drug trip. I spent hours of my life slumped infront of the TV, quite literally 'Chasing the Dragon' with the first game (a dragon being the rarest pinata). And the second one has much more to do.

Its one of those games where you will say 'Just five more minutes'. Then you spend the next three hours just planting seeds, watering plants, digging ponds, breeding pinata, harvesting your produce and other 'two minute tasks' that all combine into a night of time down the drain. Its another world in that garden and its very easy to loose yourself!

Some of the more challenging aspects of this game aren't aimed at children either. Attracting rare pinata and discovering secrets is difficult, time consuming and sometimes frustrating.
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okay firstly, dont be put off by this games childish appearance, i'm a hardcore gears of war and halo3 player, and i still count it along one of my favourite games!
and for £30, you cant really go wrong, HUGELY recommended for just about everyone!!

ps, dont be suprised if you end up hours on end tending to your horstachio its the videogame form of crack!
(ive got 60 or so hours logged so far i think....)
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Well, I almost always buy games on a wim not knowing what they are and this, was no exception.

The colourful funny little world of Pinata Island is oddly intriguing, you find yourself captivated by the silliest little bits, mine in particular was bugging Mr seed guy for new mystery seeds just to see what I could have in my garden next.

The plants are a big part part of you pinata world, providing lush,happy,beautiful scenery and some funny food for your paper mache friends. One of the most entertaining bits of the game is feedding them different foods to see what happens to them.

You find yourself taking part in talent contests etc. with other pinatas to beat them all, and also sending them around the world to level up at parties.

Although this is all very engaging, I found the pinata names to be unimaginative and while some were well designed others in majority were just pretty much paper mache animals with animal like names.

The Weeds drive you to insanity and unless you take the proper measures and drain all you money, you can't get rid of them easily, which is quite annoying.

There's not much to this game but it is HUGELY addictive and once you get into it, you won't wanna be pulled away.

A funny, immature, happy, colorful, brilliant game that will keep you occupied for hours on end.
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