Conclusion: So if you’ve been disappointed in the past with previous versions of Wheel of Fortune, then your puzzle solving prayers have been answered as this is indeed the most faithful and accurate port from the TV show to video game ever. There is nothing that was left out, and if the promise of providing more puzzles with downloadable content comes to fruition, then not only is this title worth the $29 price tag (or even less), but could easily be a steal to diehard fans of the...
Conclusion: Looking at the overall presentation, Wheel of Fortune has a log going for itself, while also being a title that needed a bit more time in the cooker. With more than 9,000 puzzles to solve, the since of redundancy is thrown out of the window. Character models look decent; however there are some issues with their hands cutting through the wheel as they spin it.
Excerpt: Game shows are fun to watch sometimes. However, watching them inevitably leaves many people wanting to actually play them. To that end, when video games started to become popular, some third parties began releasing video game versions of popular game shows. Among those games was a game that revolutionized multiplayer gaming by allowing three players to play, Wheel of Fortune.
Excerpt: GameTek has re-created the TV show right down to the set, camera cutaways, and hostess Vanna White. Unfortunately, computer players never guess wrong, contestants voices sound unnatural: two-tier puzzles like Fill In the Blank don't let you solve the bonus riddle; and even with 4000 phrases, repeat questions can and do happen. But if you really need a 64-bit word game, give this Wheel a spin.