Summary: I was into family/party games awhile ago and this is a must have in the collection of family/party games. Quirky host and lots of humor to tease each other about. I bought the bundle because it comes with 4 remotes that are easy to use. If you ever liked those trivia game TV shows then you will absolutely love this game. This game also contains tons of add-ons through PS3 network. I never ended up buying any of them but there are lots to give you more questions.
Confirm Buzzers are include if you buy from Amazon Warehouse
20 March 2012
Summary: This review should be about the seller "Amazon Warehouse Deals", but would get lost in their reviews (there are 500k!) and I thought would help buyers here the most. First off this game is great. I don't know why they stopped making it and the current price is crazy. Retail was around $60 and now a bundle to get the buzzers is going for $175. An old roommate had it and it was a great party game. I've been pretty disappointed that the price is now so high.
Summary: This game requires special device to play it called buzzers, be advice that the devices only can be used with a USB adapter pluged in the PS3 if you don't receive this adapter with the Buzzer, you won't be able to play this game.
Summary: Pros: Great variety of questions, nice level of difficulty in questions, wireless buzzers work great, game interface is fun & easy to use. Cons: Character models are a little generic, lack of variety in in-game question modes. This is my first experience with the Buzz! game series, and so far it's been very enjoyable. My wife and I invited over another couple, and we played multiple games of 4 player head-to-head matches.
Summary: Whenever I have friends over for a party, invariably we end up playing some type of trivia game, usually while imbibing our drink of choice. In fact, it's become a tradition at parties to break out a console and get our trivia game face on. I love trivia questions, as do my friends. Usually, we've gravitated to the Scene It? series on the Xbox 360, but that changed when I received Buzz! Quiz TV.
Summary: BUZZ Quiz TV Bundle - included in the box is the PS3 version of the game, four wireless Buzz controllers ( Buzz Buzzers ), USB dongle. Pros : Fun and engaging. Questions for older and younger players. Good mix of difficulty. Ability to purchase additional questions. Ability to create your own quizzes and share them. Online play. Expandability. Great fun in a party setting or group of friends. Cons : There are no instructions for setting up and using the Buzz controllers.
Silly Family Fun... especially for younger players.
Amazon Customer "jjr", Amazon
8 December 2008
Summary: So I have been playing Buzz TV with my wife for a few days now, and here are my impressions. First, the questions are easy and do not really test your knowledge of anything other than pop culture. Don't expect anything like "Jeopardy" here. The game is silly, wacky, goofy, often obnoxious, etc... There is the possibility of future questions that can be purchased on the PSN, but so far I have only seen more pop culture categories such as "Horror Movies".
Summary: I have played this game quite a bit in the past few weeks and it is a great friend making and losing game. When putting the disc in, it does not take too long to load, and you are ready to go in a couple minutes after pressing the red button to surpass the intro and music etc. You then choose to play alone, with up to three other friends, or online with three strangers. Playing alone is just boring and pointless.
The Evolutionary, But Not Revolutionary, Party Game
Kyle Slayzar, Amazon
18 November 2008
Summary: One of my largest criticisms of the Playstation 3 is how it lacks being a party machine or a family-friendly one. I recently purchased Pure and was extremely disappointed to see NO offline multiplayer. Sony has seriously capitalized on the growing online market, thinking since World of Warcraft has over ten million members, they should be able to pull off the same. Wrong! However, as William Shatner once said (again, and again), "There... is... always... hope!