Summary: Growing up I remember playing "You Don't Know Jack" with my brothers years ago, so seeing people playing it online brought back those memories. It's a fun party game to play with family or friends offline or online. I would highly recommend it.
Summary: Having a lot of fun with this game! I hope the developers don't quit on it, although it seems like they might have. People would love nuanced trivia as DLC. For example... 90s edition, Movies, Music, MLB, Red Sox, Sports in general... they really could keep coming out with more editions like that and I think people would like it. Anyway - as it is, it's a great game. Ton of fun to play with a group.
Summary: This is a very fun party trivia game. You can play with 1 to 3 players total at a time. The host of the "game show" is very funny and witty. I liked this game when it was out many years ago for the PC. I'm glad it made it's way to the PS3.
Summary: This game is perfect for friends or family! You can sit around drinking while you play or just enjoying time with friends. It's got great triva that is fun and makes you laugh. I've loved all the You Don't Know Jack's and I was so happy to see it being offered on the PS3. Highly recommend this game.
Summary: Very fun trivia game for friends. Easy to pick up on the rules and there are about 100 different games loaded on. Very funny puns guaranteed for each game. Its fun because you have to be witty to understand many of the puns but not a trivia wizard. As this game is a couple years old, the online features aren't as available because not as many people are online to play it, but it still very fun nonetheless and is also now at a great value for less than $20.
Summary: Like the title says, I don't buy video games. I'm critical. I get bored of them and go on to the next one. My girlfriend rented a copy of this for the Wii and I figured I'd give it a shot. For some reason, I thought it was going to be simple questions - like the 5th grader quiz thingie. Nope. Nope nope. It's *hilarious*. We've since made it up to 12 episodes (out of 80 or so?) and nearly every single one has me laughing. The humor is irreverent and sly.
Summary: I love YDKJ since the first game on PC. Sadly though, this PS3 version is really poor compared to the free versions on Facebook/iPad. While you paid for the PS3 game, your content is very limited without getting yourself additional DLCs (which also are not present on all Playstation local networks). It pains the hardcore fan inside me to write this down but, I won't recommend this acquisition and would advise you to instead play on your tablet or on Facebook...