Reviews and Problems with You Don't Know Jack
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If I were given one wish in life it'd be for the DLC additional episodes to reappear...
10 November 2014
Summary: The PS3 doesn't have all that many great local multiplayer games, but this is one of them. The game is fun, entertaining and easy enough to learn (and enjoy) for people who are not avid gamers. If you're having a couple of friends over who are into trivia, this is guaranteed to provide a good time for everyone. The sad thing is that after THQ's disappearance the DLC disappeared as well, so you won't be able to purchase the additional episodes anymore.
Summary: This game is a must have for small casual parties where you might want additional diversions beyond music and generic conversation. It's easier to deal with than a board game and there is no cleanup or loose pieces. Also, if your girlfriend hates you playing video games, pick this up, get her to play a few games with you, and she may just change her opinion.
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: 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 used to play the older version game on the computer in college so when I saw this for the PS3 I had to get it. Updated gameplay with the same old-fashioned structure of the game. I would definitely recommend having at least two people when playing the game. It will have you laughing and scratching your head at the same time.