Here it is. Uno's 35th anniversery celebrates by throwing out a new Uno game; this time onto the 360 in great form. This game is simple, fun, and it's never been so addicting. Here is my review.
Graphics: 4/5 The graphics are in HD, but there isn't anything special about the graphics here. There are cards and backgrounds; that's about it. Everything is very colorful. There is nothing special, but nothing to hate.
Control: 4/5 Simple enough controls. The computer normally automatically cursors your best card choice to lay down every time it's your turn. It also puts your cards in order for you, so you don't have to scurry to pick a card.
Sound: 4/5 The sound in this game is pretty mesmorizing. The soft music playing in the background, although annoying, really draws you into the game. You'll hate it most likely, but it draws you in. You can also hear the cards and stuff too. It's good.
Fun: 4.5/5 Uno is a wildly addicting card game, and much more addicting on the 360. There is so much to go over. There is Xbox Live rankings, different themes for your decks, ( standard, 35th anniversery edition, or Project Gotham Racing ) talk over the headset, or even use your Xbox Live Vision Camera; that's right. That makes the game all the more fun. Although this is just a card game with few features, it is downright addicting. Uno runs for 400 Microsoft Points, which is a great price. 400 Microsoft Points is edging around the $4 mark. For that price, you can't go wrong. Of all the 360 Arcade games, this one takes the cake for the most fun. Go out and buy Uno.