How disappointed am I? My arms can't stretch far enough.
Expecting a gimmick-for-gimmick, perfect depiction of the classic gameshow, from the 'ehh-uhhs', to the familiar music, to even a snifter of barely ONE of the show's hosts (Bob Monkhouse, Max Bygraves, Les Dennis, Andy Collins, any of them would have sufficed), I was kicked firmly in the goolies and told to stop expecting so much.
Instead of a game which at least has some connection to the show it's representing, you get a hurried, cheaply-made composition of unfamiliar tunes, barely interactive gameplay (pressing 'select' to reveal answers after you've written them down, with a pencil you supposedly receive with the DVD yet don't) and the undying stench of 'cheap cash-in' lingering all the way through. It didn't even take particularly long to finish one game ~ the premise is there, the execution is not.
I swapped this DVD up the day after buying it for interactive Telly Addicts, which suffice to say has satisfied me far more than this cheap shambles ever could've done. If you still haven't been put off getting it, read all the other reviews. If, after that, you STILL want to experience Interactive Family Fortunes, please RENT rather than BUY ~ I don't want anyone else making the same mistake it seems so many of us have already made.