Summary: If you want to spend your time rolling dice attempting to land on one specific spot this game is for you. Questions that involve maps are ridiculous! They don't even name specific places! Simply choose a dot from the screen. There is little toon lasting value of this game as playing will make you want to loose your mind. Save your sanity and play you don't know jack, or somthing similar.
Summary: The only problem i had with this game was that it takes a very long time just to win a round. It was an enjoyable game which you could also learn alot from since it is trivia. i would only recommend it for a bunch of friends just quizzing each other and find out who knows more. But in all yes its a decent game.
Summary: I love the idea of having board games in digital format. Not only does it save on shelf space, but you can earn Xbox Achievements, everyone use the couch, and adds a new level of gaming. I found Trivial Pursuit to be true to its form and play like Trivial Pursuit would. The questions range from easy to extremely tough, so it's all luck of the draw. The dice seem to work well and stay well randomized. The only thing keeping this from a 5-star review was the animations.
Summary: The lack of Online play really takes the multiplayer social experience out of the issue.....I was thoroughly disappointed with the question selection and plan on returning the game the instant i get the chance....or trading it in or whatever. The interface itself is rather nice and the animations are cute.....for the first 15 min.