Party Video Games

Video Games Encyclopedia by Gamepressure.com

A list of Released Party video games sorted by popularity among gamers.

Party games. Category of titles that put emphasis on multiplayer mode and interactions between people playing in the same room. Party games are usually collections of arcade minigames. The most popular titles from this genre are such series as Rock Band or SingStar.

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Perfect
Perfect

Party 13 December 2016

A virtual exploration game for virtual reality goggles from British nDreams studio. Perfect offers no plot Ė players are given three different environments which can be freely explored. We visit sunny, tropical beach, high peaks of mountains and snowy valley with scenic aurora above it. We observe the world from first-person perspective and we look around by turning our head around. Dedicated controllers let us interact with some objects. Additionally, some other features were added to enhance the experience, e.g. option of changing time of a day or choosing vantage point. This is complemented by amazingly refined visuals with many details.

PCPS4

Buzz! Quiz TV
Buzz! Quiz TV

Party 04 July 2008

PS3

Just Dance 2017
Just Dance 2017

Party 25 October 2016

The next installment in the popular series of dancing games developed by Ubisoft. The series allows the player to feel like the professional pop dancers who accompany the greatest stars on the top scenes of the world. In Just Dance 2017 the basic gameplay mechanics remained unchanged in comparison to the previous entries in the franchise. During the game the player must repeat the movements of the dancers displayed on the screen and the system (which, depending on the gaming platform employs different controls) will grade performance and technique. The game, as usually, is filled with licensed hits of such performers as Queen, Shakira, will.i.am, David Guetta, Sia, Justin Bieber and PSY. It is worth mentioning that Just Dance 2017 is the first installment of the series that was released also on personal computers.

PCX360PS3WiiWiiUPS4XONE

Sports Champions
Sports Champions

Party 17 September 2010

PS3

DanceStar Party
DanceStar Party

Party 20 October 2011

PS3

Invizimals
Invizimals

Party 11 November 2009

PSP

Buzz! Quiz World
Buzz! Quiz World

Party 30 October 2009

PS3PSP

Rocksmith 2014
Rocksmith 2014

Party 22 October 2013

PCX360PS3PS4XONE

Prominence Poker
Prominence Poker

Party 16 August 2016

A card game created with multiplayer gameplay in mind. The action of Prominence Poker takes place in a fictional city of Prominence, with the players assuming the role of tourists whose task is to convince the local gamblers to respect the newcomer's poker skills. The goal is to join one of four local criminal groups and dethrone itís leader. The players in Prominence Poker are given a wide range of visual customization options, including the ability to choose an outfit or tattoos. Individual gangs differentiate themselves from other group not only through the appearance of the players, but also through their favorite spots to play. The gameplay is based on Texas Holdíem rules, with No Limit variant, so the stakes and the number of raises during the round are not limited. Various challenges of various difficulty await the players, along with rewards received for winning. The character led by the player acquires experience and advances to next levels. Prominence Poker is a free-to-play game, and aside from the multiplayer mode, there is also a variant for single players, with opponents controlled by AI.

PCPS4XONE

Rock Band 4
Rock Band 4

Party 06 October 2015

The fourth major installment of the popular music game series that was started in 2007 by Harmonix, the creators of a similar franchise called Guitar Hero. In the title, we assume the role of rock band members ó a guitarist, a vocalist, or a drummer (keyboard, introduced in Rock Band 3, is no longer available). Depending on our role in the band, the fun boils down to rhythmically pressing the keys of the virtual instrument, tapping the beat on a special drum kit, or recreating the vocals as faithfully as possible. For the purposes of the game, designed with next-gen platforms in mind, new versions of the existing instruments were created, although the production supports all older editions, as well. Apart from a large set of new tracks, we can also use every song we had bought in the previous installments of the Rock Band series so we donít have to buy them again.

PS4XONE

Saddle Club: Grand Galop
Saddle Club: Grand Galop

Party 27 August 2010

PCWii

Dance Central Spotlight
Dance Central Spotlight

Party 02 September 2014

XONE

SingStar Polskie Hity
SingStar Polskie Hity

Party 10 June 2009

PS2PS3

Dance Central
Dance Central

Party 04 November 2010

X360

Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone
Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone

Party 23 June 2016

Another installment of the arcade series of music games available on Sony consoles and in the arcades. The game was developed by SEGA. The title focuses on the songs performed by six virtual vocalists originating from a professional music application created by Crypton Future Media. There are more than 200 tracks of various genres available in the game. The tracks were composed by fans from all over the world during the few last years. There are also some completely new tracks created for this edition of the game. Mechanics of the game arenít much different from the ones in its predecessors and in other music games. During the game a music video is shown on the screen and the player must quickly and precisely press the correct buttons. In contrast to its predecessors, Project Diva Future Tone doesnít offer the option to interact with the characters or design their rooms. However, one can still unlock various accessories and costumes for them.

PS4

Patapon 3
Patapon 3

Party 12 April 2011

PSP

Dance Central 3
Dance Central 3

Party 16 October 2012

X360

Mario Party 9
Mario Party 9

Party 02 March 2012

Wii

Just Sing
Just Sing

Party 06 September 2016

A karaoke game created by iNiS. It is a spin-off of one of Ubisoft's flagship franchises - Just Dance, a series developed since 2009. In contrast to Just Dance, Just Sing requires the player to sing along the lyrics which are displayed at the bottom of the screen. The game monitors the player's voice and reads the movements of their lips in order to evaluate their performance. Just Sing features the latest hits and can be enjoyed in several game modes, both for single and multiplayer experience (up to 4 players). An opportunity to shoot one's own video clip is an additional feature of the game, but the player can also share their clips with others. The game requires either Kinect or PlayStation Camera. Having neither of these devices, the player can still enjoy the game with a smartphone in their hand (a special application needs to be installed first).

PS4XONE

Kinectimals
Kinectimals

Party 04 November 2010

X360

Rocksmith
Rocksmith

Party 18 October 2011

PCX360PS3