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My niece really likes this dandruff shampoo. She likes the same brand but apple scented even better.
I hate exercise, but I'm 52 years old and tired of lectures from my doctor about "getting daily exercise". A friend of mine bought one of these and I tried it and liked it. I promptly gave my exercise bicycle away and bought a Gazelle Edge.
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The title says it all... this game is horribly slow. The Wii cursor crawls across the screen, you can't skip most of the dialogue, and the game runs at a snail's pace. Speaking of the dialogue, everything the host says is unnaturally spoken and choppy. They spliced it together terribly, making it seem like a broken translator. The questions are terrible, and often the game won't recognize what you input or change it to something completely different, even if your answer is up there. The graphics are atrocious. Everything is hideously ugly. It uses your Miis, but only the faces, the rest of the animation is choppy and poorly implemented. Your Mii characters look like broken puppets on the screen. The game gives you a few options for backdrops and show themes, but after choosing them it never shows up. You can unlock some videos from the actual Family Feud show, which is nice if you are a fan of recent incarnations of The Feud, but it's a small and useless extra in a game that just plain stinks. The original NINTENDO version back in the 80s was better than this trash.