Summary: It's not that the questions are difficult its just they're mostly about information no one would care to retain. Its almost like they went out of thier way to make questions like that. One question for example asked about a movie poster in someones bedroom in the movie the butterfly effect.
Summary: The WII Trivial Pursuit game is very true to its roots. It is fun to play. One major deficiency is the visibility of the questions as displayed on the screen. We have a 52 inch screen yet I found myself moving ever closer to the TV in order to read the questions. Fix this and the product will fly.
Summary: The game was really fun, except that we had to sit right in front of the screen to be able to read the questions (which were not narrated). Our TV is average size, but I think video game creators are in cahoots with (or probably owned by the same giant corporation as) TV manufacturers, and this is...
Summary: My wife and I bought this game because we had pretty much worn out our actual board games and all I can say is we were disappointed. We experienced similar issues with the font size being too small and difficult to read on a 42" HDTV.
Summary: I liked that there were several formats, including a single player mode. But there were 2 great annoyances for me: 1) the announcer makes some rude comments if you get an answer wrong, and 2) all the questions are pop culture, even the non-pop culture categories, such as geography and science!
Summary: I thought this would be a good and fun game to play with guests when entertaining or to play with signifiant other. I find that the text on the screen is really, really, small. I was really hoping that the game would speak the questions out loud but that is not the case.
Summary: I very rarely write reviews for my purchases but i felt this was necessary. I pre-ordered this game (a first for me) and was very excited about its release. Boy was i disappointed! As other reviewers have commented, the typeface is incredibly small and difficult to read even on a 42" HDTV.