Posted on 15 May 13 at 07:39MathGuy42 said:CASS190684 said: As for the actual "games", are these worth 160MSP? How long would it takes to finish one? I'm thinking about maybe just getting the tennis one but not sure how much gameplay I'd actually get out of it? I've only played Ski Race and Darts vs Zombies so far. I had fun with Ski Race, but DvZ was frustrating due to Kinect not always registering my throws. I didn't time myself, but I'm guessing each game would take 2-4 hours to complete. Each game is just one mini-game type of KS 1 or 2.Each game has 10 levels. You gain levels by earning stars; you earn stars by completing missions. Unfortunately, you can only have 3 missions active at a time, so you can only make modest progress on each attempt. It can be especially frustrating if you got lucky and completed a hard task which wasn't an active mission, only to be unable to repeat your luck. This is what has happened to me in DvZ; I got to Wave 16 once, but I need to do it again to complete the game.With a modicum of skill and patience, I think anyone can reach level 8 and hence get at least 8 out of 10 of the achievements. Some of these may be hard to complete for some though. I finished Ski Race, but I'm stuck at 9/10 on DvZ. If someone buys all 9, I'm sure they can finish some of them.Are they worth 160 MSP? If you really liked Kinect Sports, want some easy achievements, and want some medium difficulty game completions, then I'd say yes. I've bought them all now that they are on sale.But don't expect much replayability. To have a wider variety of games to play, I'd suggest buying Kinect Sports Ultimate Collection itself. Each type of sport will have multiple mini-games, as well as more standard ways to play (for example, a simulated darts game instead of just Darts vs Zombies).Good to know, that'll be a pass from me.