Summary: The buzzers, both wired or wireless, are required! I found out the hard way. The product description is confusing and lead me to believe they "might" work with wireless controllers. I assumed it was the PS3 wireless controllers but they are referring to the wireless buzzers. I didn't know this and now I do. I have not played the game yet so don't know if it's fun or not.
Summary: While I'd like to be REVIEWING the game itself, I can't because I refuse to pay $125 for a game that a few months ago was selling for under $60. What's going on here, anyway? This is price gouging at its worst and Amazon does itself no favors by allowing this kind of blatant gouging of its customers.
Summary: I really love this game, but there have been many iterations since the PS2 and with the space in a blu-ray I really cannot rate this 5 stars anymore since it does not include the option to play in another language. I can understand how they change some questions to localize it a bit, but if their worry is people playing in a different language with each other and creating some issue of figuring out what question should come up just disable the sofa vs sofa when the game...
Summary: The game itself is good but would have been nice to have been informed that half the features of the game are now unavailable since the Buzz servers are gone. Wouldn't have purchased otherwise.
Summary: It's a good, fun game but the questions are geared towards an american audience so being british I didn't stand much of a chance. The sport questions are mostly about american sports (american football, baseball etc.) so that took the edge of the fun element. My advice if you are british would be to buy this but with UK geared questions and you will have a huge amount of fun!! It is very enjoyable.
Summary: This is the US version posted from the US. Sadly, there was nothing in the listing to indicate either of these facts. I would not have purchased this if it had stated it. The image used by Amazon/the seller is clearly of the UK version.
Conclusion: Very addictive good game with a group of friends put single player good but could be better plus you need the buzzers sold separately or Playstation move both items don't come with the game
Conclusion: this version doesnt add as much as you want, the buzzer is hardly used, and new rounds are not very imaginative. The graphics are poor, but as well as being fun and competitive, buzz makes clever remarks. Bu the massive problem is the writing. We have a 30" oldish tele that we used the game on and couldnt read the questions or answers. i have good eyesight but still had to sit 1 metre from the TV and it spoils the fun.
Summary: I purchased this game as I already owned Buzz Quiz TV. When it arrived I was excited to see how much better it is in every aspect, such as presentation, questions, rounds and the general pace & tempo of the game. After playing it about 3 or 4 times it just seemed to somehow lack the bizazz and edge the previous one had.
Summary: I feel most of the things which could be said have been, but I felt like I should reiterate a point. The questions are REALLY easy, if you have kids then it's not a problem but if you have any GCSEs then the majority of questions will be a bit too easy. Of course there's some hard ones, but most of the questions are aimed at your average 11 year old. I was playing with people in their late teens and we were almost braindead by the end of it. Still enjoyable I suppose...