Reviews and Problems with Austin Powers: Operation Trivia
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6 December 2007
Summary: Lots of interesting questions that you oddly know but don't where you learned the answers to. If you really want to get an edge in the game, watch Austin Powers--International Man of Mystery a few times (not like you already haven't). The game is right up the "You Don't Know Jack" alley so if you were even halfway impressed with "Jack" give "Austin" a how's-your-father. YEAH BABY!
Excerpt: System Requirements: MacIntosh Power PC or G3 Processor System 7.5.5 or later 16 MB RAM 70MB free hard disk space 4X or faster CD ROM 640 X 480 resolution with 256 colors Windows 95 or 98 Pentium 90 or faster 70 MB free HD space 4X CD-ROM 640X480 with 256 colors SB 16 or compatible sound card OK well right off the bat I can tell you that Operation Trivia will appeal to two kinds of folks: Fans of Austin Powers and his arch-rival Dr. Evil and fans of You Don't Know Jack.
Summary: When Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery first hit theaters in 1997, not even Mike Meyers could have imagined the cultural impact his film would have. Yet two years later, the impact of Austin Powers is as powerful as ever. In fact, Austin's outlook on life has become a kind of catchall expression of happiness and optimism ("Groovy, baby!"), while Dr. Evil gives words to our hidden fantasies of revenge ("When Mr. Bigglesworth gets upset, people die!").