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Viva Piñata

Viva Piñata (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Genre: Raising Simulation
Developer: Rare

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Viva Piñata review

Reviewed June 12, 2008

Muk1000 says: " Viva Pinata is, in a word, unique. It incorporates many familiar simulation and animal care aspects, yes. But when I say you unique, I don’t mean in terms of gameplay. I mean that this is a complex, deep game marketed almost entirely to an audience that is likely too young to get the most out of the game. It’s understandable; the game stars a cast of adorable, cutely named pinata animals. There’s a children’s TV show that ties into the game. The game takes place in a magical garden. This isn’t ..."
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