Fuzion Frenzy lacks charismatic characters, which is much bigger a deal than you'd think at first.
Ok, now for what was supposed to be the first paragraph.
Fuzion (sic) Frenzy is a party game, so you get what you expect: tons of pick-up-and-play mini-games (43, to be exact), previous generation graphics, animation and sound. But Fuzion Frenzy lacks one thing that other party games like Mario Party have: charismatic characters. This may sound like not a big deal at first, but it doesn't matter whether you're partying with hardcore or casual gamers, it is a lot more fun to see Mario and Luigi hitting each other with a hammer than Samson and Geena. Maybe the Xbox would be better off if there was a party game with something like cartooney versions of their most prominent symbols (what are they, anyway?). The mini-games themselves are fun and well-designed for a party, but even if you're planning on using this game for this purpose, you're probably not gonna play this for more than 5 hours. The fact that you can find used copies of this game for as little as US$ 10,00 shows how unpopular this game is. I'd be the last person to say you should follow the masses, but this gives a good idea of how much this title is worth compared to other games around.