Summary: Pro: Good mix of pop culture and erudition. Less than $20. Fun party game. Con: Could use more combinations of questions, though, for the money...one could afford to purchase updates on an annual basis, especially considering the contemporary references it uses. Jack II, anyone?
Summary: I know a lot of old school YDKJ addicts. We played the PC versions to death. There were a lot of them with a lot of content. If you accept that there is minimal content here, and you don't pay too much money for your copy, this one holds up.
Summary: I bought this for my sister who is a trivia nerd. It's fun the narrator is kinda sarcastic so it makes it fun if you Ike that. I suck at trivia so I have lost every time I've played. But it's still a pretty fun game.
Summary: If you have ever played the game YDKJ in its many different incarnations (original pc game, the online game, or the new facebook version) you will know exactly what you are getting into. Though I will admit that I was a little bit saddened when I wasn't berated by the host for playing by myself... oh how I miss the original game.
Summary: This is a pretty good game. If you are going to be bothered by the "host" talking, then calm down, and either play with people that can talk louder than the tv you are playing on, or don't play the game. Fun trivia. Quality fun time.