I rated the 2005 version as 1 star. I said:
"It is an interactive as a book. And you are forced to play the game in a particular way which is not mirrored in the TV show.
In the Big Money round, you have to guess the top answers - no marks for second answers.
Basically, a book of Family Fortunes would be much better than this. They have forgotten to put something in this DVD - fun. "
All of that applies to this version. There are 5 rounds:
The second round is to guess the top answer only for 50 points.
The 5th round is the "Big Money" round for both teams, and again is only for top answers.
In the other 3 rounds (for example) Team A notes down their 5 answers. As soon as an answer comes up that you don't have, you get the "wrong" sound, and Team B has a chance to steal.
This version does have the advantage of a recognised presenter. However, he only acts as a continuity announcer:
You have to keep the score (how rubbish is that!).
He doesn't read the question or the answers.
He just introduces the rounds.
Overall, still as interactive as a book, but with snazzier graphics and an on-screen presenter.