Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? - 10th Anniversary Edition [Interactive DVD]
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Chris Tarrant takes the chair again in this tenth anniversary edition of the popular interactive quiz show. For the first time, simultaneous play with four players is possible, thanks to hand-held multiple choice buzzers. As well as a look back at some of the highlights of the show over the past ten years, there's also a chance to win a millionaire lifestyle weekend break in London.
Show off your general knowledge and win a metaphorical million with the interactive Who Wants To Be A Millionaire DVD game. This 10th Anniversary edition of the illustrious and popular big-money TV quiz has all the features of the original, including host Chris Tarrant, phone-a-friend, 50/50 and ask-the-audience options, all except the cash prize. Play just-for-fun, play for chocolate, even play to get out of washing-up duties. Mind-bending fun for the whole family.
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Like previous incarnations of the game, the "Phone a Friend" version is useless - my "friend" answered the £100 question wrong!
This is a much better paced game - previous versions had Chris on screen after every question, slowing things down, whereas this time only his voice is heard after the first four questions, speeding things up.
Ignore the "Real Cash Prize" element - it's a £1.50 a time phoneline with only 6 prizes - and there's no confetti if you win the million virtual pounds.
You can choose Adult or Junior questions, and General Knowledge, Sport or Entertainment, and there's no time limit to the questions.
What more do you want out of this DVD? It's just plain fun - and difficult.
Exchanged it for another copy and had exactly the same fault, so I am now forced to ask for my money back. Extremely disappointed as the multiplayer game seemed like fun (had no problem cofiguring the multiplayer remotes with my DVD remote). Upon checking the reviews here, it would seem that faulty discs are in abundance, so it would seem that the developers are just trying to put too much onto the disc. I know it isn't my equipment, as I tried the discs in several machines, all with the same result.
What we did have a problem with though was the game play. Part of the "joy" of WWTBAM is the risk aspect of getting questions wrong. On this game there is no risk. If you get something wrong the worst that happens is that you are "blocked" from answering the next time around - ie you do not lose money. The game is therfore "who can answer the question the quickest?". Unfortunately given the fact that the virtual Chris Tarrant does not read the questions out aloud (you have to read the text), it means that it also becomes a question of "who can read the fastest" - not exactly great. The other issue is that despite having only played it three times, we have had a very large number of questions repeated.
If you buy this you are very likely to be disappointed somewhere along the line! My advice is ...don't bother.
i cannot stress with out using bad words how terrible it was,extremely disappointing..i just want to take a hammer to it just thinking about it.
incompatable not tested properly..just a pale immitation of a great game!!! do not buy it!!! even if it looks flashy and entertaining.
We had a good laugh playing this game & I would have given it more stars except that the questions were very repetitive & it was too easy to get to a million (mostly without using up your lifelines either!) There were nowhere near enough questions & we literally finished with the whole game in a couple of hours.
We liked Chris Tarrant but even his responses could have had a few more variables - he was a bit too predictable.
The controllers were easy to set up (once we got a DVD player) but they definitely favour fastest readers, so you have to devise your own rules to make it fairer on the younger (and older) players.
Overall, good fun but could be better!