gamers (96%) found this review helpful
i disagree with the poor reviews whole-heartedly.. this is an enjoyable game that any age can play, a fantastic family game.. i would suggest simply playing with two teams (one on each controller) and having a designated typer for each team, especially if you're playing with younger children.. the typing is not very hard; once you put in the first 2-5 letters of a word it will pop up for you to select.. you do have to aim at the letters with the remote, but you get used to it... the only drawback is the 20 second time limit, so you need to be ready.. but that's what keeps the game moving
i haven't played too much yet, so i'm not sure how often you will see a repeat puzzle, but so far, so good.. they say they have 1,000 surveys, so that provides for plenty of replay
at the end, if you want to make it like the game show, the second person will have to leave the room, but that's how it was on the real show anyway.. not sure how this is a problem..
the only reason i'm not giving this game a 10 is because Hamilton and Franklin are NOT presidents on money, they were never presidents at all! i'm not a fan of miseducating the youth and i lost a game because i'm typing in Jackson and Grant instead.. still trying to figure out how they missed that one..
overall a solid game.. i'll probably have this one for a while
gamers (94%) found this review helpful
Just like the show, and you're at a serious advantage if you've seen the show because the game provides no explanation for its pacing or how the game is played. Jumps right into the face-off. Definitely a pick up and play kind of game.
Some surveys are humorous while others are baffling. You will wonder what group of 100 improperly-educated lowlifes were surveyed for the purposes of this game.
EX. The game "Family Feud 2010 Edition" would argue that Benjamin Franklin was a U.S. President and would reward the player correctly if he/she were to use that answer when asked, "Name U.S. Presidents who appear on money." The game does not accept Andrew Jackson, Dwight D. Eisenhower, or John F. Kennedy...strange.
Other than a few bogus surveys, the game was fun and enjoyable to play.