Excerpt: Until the release of last year’s Quiz TV, I was actually a Buzz! virgin, but upon discovering the series for the first time I soon came to realise that, for multiplayer gaming, it was something really special. Quiz TV soon became a Saturday night fixture with the family, drink in one hand and wireless buzzer in the other. I actually skipped Buzz!
Conclusion: Quiz games don’t come better than this. No wonder it is The Gadget Show’s number 1 party game.
Pros: The huge choice of questions will keep you going for ages. The TV show presentation and the twists of each round, keeps the entertainment coming thick and fast. Rounds with random elements, such as one where players pass a point-deducting ticking bomb to others by getting questions right, ensure competitive know-it-alls don’t dominate the game.
Cons: Play it a lot and eventually you’ll hear the game show host repeating familiar lines.
Fun trivia game has questions suitable for teens and adults.
Common Sense Media
21 April 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Buzz! Quiz World is a straightforward trivia game for one to eight players filled with general knowledge questions suitable for teens and up. It features mild violence in the form of exploding bombs that cover contestants in soot, and some of the avatars are somewhat sexualized. There is an online element, but it doesn’t let players communicate with one another.
Conclusion: Que nous reste-t-il au final, sinon un épisode de la série Buzz qui fait un peu mieux que les volets précédents, sans cependant nous donner énormément envie d'investir dans cet onéreux opus. Il est vrai qu'on se sent un peu plus impliqué grâce à un rapprochement de Buzz (le présentateur) qui s'adresse à nous désormais. Buzz!
Pros: Un principe qui reste efficace, Le jeu à plusieurs, Grande accessibilité
Cons: Buzzers indispensables, pas d'alternative à la manette, Le concept s'essouffle, Déconseillé aux ermites
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Excerpt: Buzz: Quiz World , Sony's PS3 exclusive trivia game, offers a slew of general knowledge questions and different round types in a bright, familiar TV game show format. As always, your host for the game is the titular Buzz, a loudmouthed, wisecracking muppet. But despite his incessant yammering, Quiz World provides hours of brain bending fun -- as long as you have a group of friends with which to play along.
Pros: your trivia games are exhausted or your new to the genre and family nights could use some wholesome fun.
Cons: you prefer your quiz games in cardboard boxes you can keep in the linen closet or not at all.
Excerpt: I was introduced to BUZZ!, Sony’s quiz show franchise, through their first PS3 offering, BUZZ! Quiz TV . It instantly became a party favorite, topping even the quintessential party game Wii Sports . When I saw that Sony was a making a new BUZZ! game for the PSP, I was excited for it. I hoped that the fun I was having with a group could be translated into a solid single-player experience on Sony’s portable. Unfortunately, I was a bit disappointed. That’s not to say BUZZ!
Excerpt: Get ready to play a brand new round of Buzz! In our last Buzz! review, Buzz! Quiz TV received an 8.7/10 due to its amazing group gameplay that brought families, friends, and sometimes co-workers together for a few enjoyable rounds of laughter and craziness. There are a ton of changes in this year's show. Some gametypes have been removed while new ones join the roster. New faces have also joined, while past stars have faded out of the limelight. Is this new Buzz!
Conclusion: Hands-down the best party game experience of the year, Buzz! Quiz World is a massive improvement over the last game, showing that developer Relentless Software not only listened to their fan base but endeavored to actually make the definitive Buzz.