Excerpt: The latest game in the popular Buzz! series comes included with over 5000 questions split over a number of categories, but in no way does it end here, it also aims to have future downloadable question packs (cheekily there were four packs on the PlayStation Store the day before the game was...
Excerpt: Buzz! Quiz TV is not competing with Killzone 2 or MLB: The Show for time in your PS3. In fact, this game was released last September, well before those titles even came out. Buzz! also battles against the Scene Its and Trivial Pursuits of the world.
Pros: Plenty of quesitons to answer., Gives you the full game-show experience., Completely upgradeable.
Cons: Changing batteries will be a pain., Single player is shallow., Price for sports questions may be steep.
Excerpt: Date: 10/27/2008 By Ned Jordan Buzz has been around on the PS2 for a while, but it's taken almost two bull years for it to make its debut on the PS3. With Buzz Quiz TV the quiz show game finally goes next-gen, but how next-gen is it?
Excerpt: Now it’s not that Hot Wheels: Track Attack is a particularly bad game – the graphics, sense of speed and controls all do passable jobs without especially wowing. It’s just not a very good game. In fact, it’s less than that, it’s mediocre, lazy and utterly uninspired. But why?
Excerpt: As a developer it can't always be easy to come up with new ideas for sequels. Relentless Games, the studio that brought us Buzz! on the PlayStation 2 must have had a hard time when planning Buzz! Quiz TV for PS3.
Game show sim lets users create their own quizzes.
Common Sense Media
23 December 2008
Summary: Parents need to know that this a quiz game for older players that has a significant online component. Players not only go up against other people online, but also download original quizzes written by other players.
Excerpt: BUZZ! Quiz TV for the PlayStation 3 is the natural evolution of SCEA's BUZZ! series to high-def. The latest iteration in the BUZZ! universe looks really sharp and clean and your host, Buzz, is just as snarky as ever.
Excerpt: I've always been a sucker for a good trivia game, which is why I was so happy when Microsoft released Scene It along with four buzzers for $59.99 a while ago. The buzzers were perfect, and non-gamers could jump right in without having to worry about learning a complicated control scheme.