Summary: Enjoyable game but disappointing that no xbox live support other that extra downloadable questions and leader boards. would have been nice to play other people but the beat the board is a good mode of play.
Summary: You can tell from what M Wal says is that he's not very familiar with the whole concept of board games on consoles. Avatars?! It has nothing to do with avatars. The game is good fun and pretty easy achievements. Better than scene it, but the animations do get tedious.
Fun - but get ready to devote some time when you wanna play
Austin Guy 2005, Amazon
7 May 2009
Summary: While I consider myself quite a genius, this game is pretty difficult. It consumes a large amount of time when playing with 2 or more people to finish the games (ie get all the wedge pieces) so you might want to grab a beverage and numb the pain.
Summary: The game is exactly as expected, you can play the classic mode against friends with an option to pass one controller or use separate controllers. The new, faster multiplayer mode which makes you share a wheel and eliminates sections of the board after gaining pieces is a lot of fun as well and is...
Summary: we like it very much. we like the fact that the game can be added to with content from xbox live. good graphics and animation. lots of questions seem to limit the amount of repeat questions you get, which is a bonus. overall a good 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.
Summary: Great version of Trivial Pursuit and the new Facts & Friends mode is a fun/interesting way to play and will probably be the favorite mode of many players. A few reviews have been far too harsh over the Geography questions and lack of online play.
ONLY BUY IF YOU HAVE FAMILY/FRIENDS OVER TO PLAY...
THEMISSING , GameStop
18 March 2009
Summary: Let's get this out of the way right off the bat. Just like EA's Monopoly for the 360, this game sadly has NO online play. There are also no "bots" or automatic, computer controlled opponents so there is very little for you to do if you are alone.