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NESNES Archives (Apr 28, 2008)
If you are only going to own one version of this game show (and why would you want more?) then this is the one to get. You get more puzzles per game, you can decline puzzles that you have already had and it is the most recent incarnation of the game show available on the NES. Obviously if you aren’t a fan of the game show then don’t bother.
A digitized Vanna White picture greets you during the game’s opening, but other than that and her visage on the cart’s cover, it doesn’t mean much since the person turning the letter blocks just looks like a bleached blond with a bad suntan, and not necessarily Vanna herself. It’s a slight step back from prior versions, but still enjoyable.
Game GearDefunct Games (Jan 29, 2006)
Whatever it is, Wheel of Fortune on the Game Gear is good, but nothing to write home about. Well, at least it's better than the Pat Sajak Show.
NESQuesticle.net (Jan, 2014)
The other Wheel games may have been boring at times, but the execution felt right. Vanna’s presence here (such as it is) seems to have detracted from the experience rather than added to it.