Reviews and Problems with Family Feud: 2010 Edition
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Emulates the TV show but lacks substance and is overpriced.
Common Sense Media
7 November 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that Family Feud: 2010 Edition , based on the popular television show of the same name, is a fairly blatant example of cross platform merchandising. Like the show, some of the game’s humor has a vaguely mischievous feel, as in one question that asks players to come up with words that could be used to describe both a mattress and a body, and another that requires players to think of sounds over which they have no control.
Conclusion: While it’s certainly intellectually painful to discover the word “President” on the list of America’s responses to “Benjamin Franklin” or the fact that spaghetti ranks higher than soup on the list of foods which are “hard to eat with a fork”, at least we’re now able to revel in our nation’s ignorance in the comfort of our own homes.