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The Smurfs: Village Party

Microids, Balio Studio
Jun 6, 2024 - Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Press Start
3 / 10
Video Chums
7.8 / 10
Movies Games and Tech
6 / 10
Nindie Spotlight
6.6 / 10
MKAU Gaming
4 / 10
7.5 / 10
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Critic Reviews for The Smurfs: Village Party

I jumped into The Smurfs - Village Party on a whim, hoping to feel the same dumb glee that I did when burning through Garfield Lasagna Party's trophy list. To my surprise, Village Party's ambitions rose much higher than a lot of games like it, but unfortunately the ensuing fall was much, much deeper than I could have imagined. This isn't worth your time, your kids' time, or anyone's.

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The Smurfs - Village Party is an exceptionally fun party game with solid mini-games. What you won't expect is just how big and endearing its single player adventure mode is. How did they manage to pack so much in here? Probably because Smurfs are only a few inches tall.

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Movies Games and Tech

Unknown Author
6 / 10.0
Movies Games and Tech

There are so many reasons to play and enjoy The Smurfs Village Party. The multiplayer action is great, especially if you have kids. Furthermore, the open world is colourful and interesting. What’s more, if you love simple tasks and collectables, then this will float your boat. However, the adventure mode feels like an afterthought and it is rough around the edges. Despite these shortcomings, I enjoyed it and I recommend buying it here! Can you fulfil Pupa Smurf’s wishes? Help the Smurfs, avoid Gargamel and enjoy the festivities.

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For long-term Smurf fans and younger audiences, The Smurfs – Village Party might tick several boxes on your party must-haves. With a nostalgic feel and loving tribute to The Smurfs, there’s plenty to entertain. Still, it all depends on whether you’re keen to attend despite the party’s little problems.

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The Smurfs - Village Party has good intentions and ideas, no doubt. Using the Adventure mode to get players to know each minigame in a natural way is an excellent choice, but the multiplayer part, which should be the biggest appeal, ends up lacking. Even so, this is another Smurfs game worth having at home to perhaps play with friends.

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