Atlus announced that 101-in-1 Party Megamix, a collection of one hundred and one family-friendly, addictive games all set in a variety of themes, is now available for Wii in stores and online across North America just in time for the holiday season. Kids and adults who are racing fans, sports nuts, old school arcade gamers, action addicts, casual
gamers, and fans of brain-teasing puzzles will find favorites to play solo or together
in 101-in-1 Party Megamix!
Friends and family members will have boundless fun mastering games in three different modes: TV Guide, Zapping, and Marathon. Featuring eight differently-themed channels, TV Guide mode challenges players to beat high scores to unlock more games and earn bonus prizes to decorate their player profiles with. Zapping mode provides instant access to any currently unlocked game. Up to four players can join the party in Marathon mode where everyone plays five randomly selected games in a row and competes for the highest score! Players can take on the one hundred and one challenges alone to access every last game, or make it a family competition, and see who can unlock the most games. Up to four profiles can be saved per console so each player's individual progress is maintained.
Boasting one hundred and one games, three different modes, four profiles, the ability to play alone or with friends, and priced at just $19.99, 101-in-1 Party Megamix offers endless family-friendly variety, replayability, and value!
For more information about 101-in-1 Party Megamix and to view the trailers plus
colorful screenshots, please visit the website: http://www.atlus.com/101party
For one hundred and one games on the go, check out 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix for Nintendo DS. This quality collection of easy to play yet tough to master mini games that everyone can enjoy, is also available in thousands of electronic, video game, online, and discount stores. For more on 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix for Nintendo DS, visit the website http://www.atlus.com/101
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