Reviews and Problems with Who Wants to be a Millionaire 2nd Edition
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this is one of my favorite who wants to be a millionaire games it has ...
john eversole, Amazon
2 March 2015
Summary: this is one of my favorite who wants to be a millionaire games it has the music from the show and it has chris reading out the questions like on the show it is fun to see if you can make it to the million it is a good purchase
Excerpt: Who Wants to Be a Millionaire TV show was a family staple to watch. Being so young at the time when it came out and under 18 so I couldn't go on the show really frustrated me as a precocious 10 year old so my Dad bought me this to quell my gi-normous brain.
Pros: Gets the family competitive . . for a while . .
WARNING: This game can seriously damage your health!
15 May 2009
Excerpt: A couple of years ago the TV quiz show ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’ started. It was a huge success fetching millions of viewers every time. Now the game version of the TV quiz show is available. Many people thought it was going to be such a brilliant game because of how good the TV show is.
Summary: Who wants to be a millionaire 2nd Edition follows the format of the quiz show closely enough. If you are a fan of the show and quiz games in general, you will probably find this game good value for money.
Summary: Overall the game is really good because of the following reasons... 1 The graphics aren't too shabby 2 Mr Tarrent doesn't go on TOO much 3 Its the best general knowledge game out there! 4 You will never get bored of it. You will always come back to it at some point.
ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC - WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE?
Darren Monaghan, Amazon
8 December 2001
Summary: Absolutely Superb - There is no other way I can describe this game, The graphics are brilliant, This is the first millionaire game I have played that actually has the host involved visually in the game (out of british and USA versions).
Summary: In general I see no point in playing this game except if you want to measure up your general knowledge. But given the superb (I really mean it) modelling of Mr. Tarrant face, and a good sound effect you will be fooled to believe that you are actually in there with him.