Summary: Fun. Some of the questions are a little on the tough side to answer (and map ones are nearly impossible, as the map details are very hard to see on screen) but if you like the board game you'll like this one. I like the ticker on the bottom that has facts about the players (ie..."Your name here" has gotten 3 correct answers in a row!
Summary: Was fun at first, thought the questions would be of a larger variety, but mostly really hard. PRO: 1. Works, entertains, and 2. Lots of different game modes, but ... (see below) 3. Price was okay, probably could have found this in the bargain bin one day. CON: 1. Can NOT be updated, on-line, etc. so this is it. 2. No teen mode, kid mode, or easy mode. 3. Too many game modes, the betting mode makes the games way too long. OTHER: If you're a trivia nut, buy it.
Summary: We had a riot playing this game with the betting. The regular version of Trivial Pursuit seemed rather quiet and subdued after the betting riot of Bet You Know It. Be warned though: you need a remote for each player.
S. E. Hebert "social scientist, social worker, scorpio", Amazon
14 December 2012
Summary: I'm a trivia buff, was in high school trivia bowl, and have always loved the original TP game. Especially the obscure information and how challenging it is. This Wii game is designed the same, challenge-wise, and in design. But, it's not that fun playing by yourself. The board game is more phone because you need at least two people sitting together playing. THe design of the game is very good.