Excerpt: "We bought this for fun with the family as we had heard good comments about it and I am pleased we did as it certainly is good family fun! Buzz is a quiz game made for Playstations. Unlike other quiz games which we have had before this one is a much better quality and has a much better way of getting you to interact. You play the game with controllers which you can buy along with the game or separately. These can be used with all of the Buzz games. ...
BUZZ!!! I liked it ~ do i get points for that answer??? :o)
Meemeezmom "polyhymnia63", amazon.co.uk
23 October 2010
Summary: Well, i love it. It's very like the older versions of the test your brain & keep it young games out there. WITH a difference!! You have the zany Buzz popping in and out of the screen, plus it's done in a more fun, than serious, way. It's limited as you only get a certain amount of games on it, BUT it's a game for a handheld and all games have their limits, right? Your challenge is to unlock the next level, by obtaining a bronze, silver or gold star.
Summary: The best thing I can say about this game is that even my wife likes it. She never touches the Wii and generally loathes computer games. But this game has something for everyone as long as you enjoy having your mental agility tested. Even if you get good at one type of game there are a great many others to keep you coming back for a fresh challenge. Once you can beat everyone else there is always the challenge of beating yourself.
Summary: This is a fab game, totally addictive and very fun for the fact that more than one person can play without the need to link up with a second console etc. The only down side being that we cannot find this particular game available on other consoles such as playstation 2 or nintendo wii or xbox etc. I would definitely rate this game highly and am sure that the whole family will enjoy this game for a very long time.
Conclusion: Perfect dip-in, dip-out game for people that like brain-puzzler type games. This is a great direction for the Buzz family of games on PSP because you don't need to be in a quiet place to play it.. it doesn't rely on being able to listen to questions read out, or hear clips of music. A bit slicker than the big-brain academy or brain training games on the rival Nintendo hand-held ..