Summary: You Don’t Know Jack
shows that a good, snide party game can weather the test of time. What a good party game
survive is being shoehorned into a format specifically designed for solo play (albeit forced uncomfortably into something approximating a 2 player mode). Outside of being a square peg jammed into a round hole,
is a genuinely funny, and generally fun, addition to your gaming library. Just stick to the console version(s) if the option exists.
Pros: Fun trivia game, Can’t get enough sarcasm in, and as fitting commentary against, an increasingly paranoid, politically correct world.
Cons: A 2 player limit…but only if you’re, really, close (and trust each other not to cheat!), No Wi-Fi option?, Why can’t we skip the interstitials?, Why couldn’t Jellyvision spend more than 3½ minutes creating said interstitials, if we’re to be forced to sit through them, en toto, over…and over…and over…and over…?