Summary: This is just like the classic game except with a few twists! You rack up points with every right answer - and also you can predict whether your opponent will answer their question correctly or incorrectly and rack up points this way too. As your points add up you're able to do extra things like: roll again, throw away a question and get a new one, and steal your opponents wedge! I highly reccomend this game for trivia buffs!
Summary: Contrary to other reviewers who claim that this game repeats the questions after only a few plays -- it does NOT. All you have to do is make sure you are using a memory card. When playing you must first enter names and pick players. Then save these and/or save the game in mid play. This will keep the orginal players names (and their formerly read questions) in the memory bank.
Wednesday Special "Darnall's favourite", amazon.co.uk
25 January 2011
Summary: If you enjoy the game of trivial pursuit then you will enjoy the electronic version. It saves you all the hassle of trying to remember where you started from and how many spaces you won etc. Its all done for you. The graphics are excellent and it adds to the fun of the game. I highly recommend it.
Neuronas arriba! llega Trivial pursuit para PlayStation 2
18 May 2012
Excerpt: El clásico juego de tablero también ha llegado a las consolas. Podemos encontrarlo prácticamente para todas ellas, en mi caso os hablaré del juego para Play Station 2. El juego ha sido desarrollado por Electronic Arts (la misma empresa de Los Sims o Harry Potter, para que os suene) Para el que nunca ha jugado a Trivial Pursuit El juego tradicional de Trivial consiste en un tablero hexagonal en el que también están marcados sus diagonales y el centro.