Summary: I bought this game specifically for achievements. Now we got that out of the way, the game itself would be.... ok if the mic detection was decent at all. Unfortunately it's not and being able to distinguish between "truth or lie" for the game is beyond impossible.
This game probably helped kill THQ (yes, it's that bad)
23 March 2013
Summary: Think of a question-and-answer based party game. Imagine it's played by saying answers to the questions into the microphone. Fair enough, you say; it'll be fine if the voice recognition is decent.
Summary: I got this game for my daughter and we have found that it was probably intended for kids a little bit older than her. It isn't something that one or two people can play, so make sure that you have a group together to keep it interesting.
Summary: This game is ok so i will give it a 6. It could be much better though. The detector is a lie. But for $3.60, you might want this game. For parties is the best reason to get it. But you need a mic.
Summary: Is interesting watching the games that some companys intent do, and this tiel is this a good option... but for Wii, this title is really boring, the questions don't be funny, the graphics are horrible, the gameplay is very simple, this title is one of the worst games of Xbox 360, the idea is...
Summary: This game. HORRIBLE. DISGUSTING. BORING. the voice detection for truth or lies doesn't work at all. I ended up using a fan for truth and a guy screaming in his Starcraft stream for lies. it was funny for the reaction video but was stupid how long it took me to 1K the game. worth a dollar? yes.
Excerpt: Quite possibly one of the worst concept for a game I have ever come across, Truth or Lies has players answer a series of "revealing" questions and the game will decide whether you are telling the truth or lying.