The game questions were very good. We never had a question twice. However, the boxes that display the question is very small. Also, the graphics during game movement get very annoying when you just want to play the game.
The gameplay of Trivial Pursuit is pretty basic and works as it should, and it should work---it's Trivial Pursuit--not a complex first person shooter or strategy game requiring complicated gameplay and graphics.
However---Trivial Pursuit has one GIANT flaw---NO ONLINE OPTION. Trivial Pursuit at home with friends is fun because of the FRIENDS as much as it is the interesting trivia, but the makers of this game didn't take advantage of Xbox Live and the 21st century to make that happen. They should take lessons from what 1 vs. 100 is doing on xbox live and follow that model.
So--if you have people to play with at home, this game may work for you, but if you are hoping to get your trivia on against other online bookworms, don't waste your time.
Pros: Nice graphics, very nice presentation, tons and tons of questions (I only got 3-4 repeats and I played for almost 24 hours off and on for a couple days) Can be quite fun if you can find a couple friends that are either interested or good enough to play with.
Cons: NO Online Multiplayer!!! Seriously, folks, WHY? This has potetial to be a great game with some multiplayer action. You basically ruin the game without this option.