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GF Rating
6.2

1100 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
6

Above Average

trivial pursuit

posted by adamzgamez (FERRUM, VA) Jun 27, 2009

Member since Mar 2009

it is what it is and a little more. its trivial pursuit with up to date questions, not those old ones where all the old folks stomp you at a battle of wits. with current questions and the use of pictures and maps, the questions seem even easier, yet you are still left feeling like you might not be as smart as you wish you were. other than the brain boosting and occassional ego lift, the best part may be the facts and friends mode where you compete against up to three of your own friends which is great entertainment for at least a couple of back to back games. due to the massive amount of questions, there is a great deal of playabillity and the trophies/achievements available will have you coming back for more for a long time.

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GF Rating
5

Fair

It's just ok.

posted by kingskid (TALKING ROCK, GA) May 25, 2009

Member since May 2009

I like trivial pursuit and would have enjoyed this game much more if it would have had a few more features. When it gives you the map it doesn't tell you the name of the cities or the countries that you are supposed to choose from and although a lot of very educated people may know where things are at, I am not one of them. A few more features could have made it more user friendly. I also think there should be levels, easy, medium, hard so that you could play it with your children and grandchildren as well. Not worth purchasing without these changes for me. I love gamefly because it gives you the opportunity to check it out before you purchase it.

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GF Rating
5

Fair

PS2 version is still better

posted by jannaliiaj (SALT LAKE CITY, UT) May 22, 2009

Member since Oct 2008

The game is ok, but its still no where near as good as the PS2 version of Trivial Pursuit Unhinged. The PS2 version is longer and harder but far more playable and more fun with the unhinged rules.

The map segments are fun but sometimes you have no idea where the pin is supposed to be. The timeline sections are ok but 9/10 times someone gets it right by just guessing a bit past the middle.

In short, its and ok game, but if you have a PS2 get Trivial Pursuit Unhinged instead.

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