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Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 16, 2016
Xbox OneAug 16, 2016

Developer: Ubisoft Chengdu

Publisher: Ubisoft

Genre: Turn-Based Strategy

One of the most iconic classic games which we all grew to know and love! UNO makes its return with an assortment of exciting new features such as added video chat support and an all new theme system which adds more fun! Match cards either by matching color or value and play action cards to change things up. Race against others to empty your hand before everyone else in either Classic play or customize your experience with a variety of House Rules and match settings to ensure you and your friends never play the same game twice! Also, get ready to shake things up with new branded themes introducing never-before-seen Theme Cards that really change the way you play the game!

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Here's a box quote for you: Uno is a shining example of misleading marketing and a great argument for Xbox Live to adopt Steam's refund practices.

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The popular board game comes again with a lots of fun, entertainment and its unique style. If you enjoyed playing it with your friends, you will really like this videogame version.

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Uno is a great card game, however this version fails to understand the social aspects of card games. It shines if you have friends to play it with, otherwise it's a bit of a bore.

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Ubisoft provides a good single and co-op experience in its video game version of the classic card game Uno, but fails to become the hit party game the physical game can be.

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Recent News

Uno removes red and blue cards to try to keep politics out of games

Uno removes red and blue cards to try to keep politics out of games

We’re not totally sure that was the only political thing about Uno

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