Summary: This is your classic Trivial Pursuit games with clever options to make the game faster (there is a "classic" mode, too) and allows people to "buy" tiles (providing they have enough points earned) from time to time. This was a good idea for people -- especially kids -- who may struggle with a topic or two, but still want to have a chance at the game. If I were to have rated this after our first 3 plays, I would have given it 4 stars.
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 their sneaky little way of making people buy bigger TV's, cause I notice this on a lot of video games now, even though there is no reason they shouldn't be able to make the...
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. There were questions that were difficult for us, some even seemed miscategorized, but overall it made it interesting since we are both competitive.
Summary: This game is somewhat annoying. There are geography questions in every category even though there is a separate geography category. And you have to pick out on a map without and references. Second, but much worse, more than half of the movie questions are about Japanese films that absolutely no one has heard of outside of Tokyo. It makes no sense. Stick to the board version.
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: 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! Not a game for true trivia fans. I am very disappointed in this version.