Reviews and Problems with You Don't Know Jack
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9/10 on the 1990s PC game nostalgia meter
Michael Hoopes, Amazon
8 December 2013
Summary: Pro: Good mix of pop culture and erudition. Less than $20. Fun party game. Con: Could use more combinations of questions, though, for the money...one could afford to purchase updates on an annual basis, especially considering the contemporary references it uses. Jack II, anyone?
Summary: I know a lot of old school YDKJ addicts. We played the PC versions to death. There were a lot of them with a lot of content. If you accept that there is minimal content here, and you don't pay too much money for your copy, this one holds up.
Summary: I bought this for my sister who is a trivia nerd. It's fun the narrator is kinda sarcastic so it makes it fun if you Ike that. I suck at trivia so I have lost every time I've played. But it's still a pretty fun game.
Summary: Loved this as a PC game. This edition promises good game time (I see 75 rounds to be played; I think we're on 11 or 12 now after 3 sessions). The interlude graphics are quite tiresome (announcing question 1ne, 2wo, etc.), but the questions are classic YDKJ. Has present-day references (i.e. Ke$ha) but the question isn't really about her....so everyone can play it. A series of 10 questions are asked, followed by the Jack Attack.