With legendary host Chris Tarrant calling all the shots the aim of the game, as you probably already know, is to win a million pounds. However with the addition of multiplayer party modes it will take nerves of steel as well as brains and to land the big prize. Unfortunately, the game doesn't come with a million pounds, so instead we're going to convert your financial winnings into points. Do you have what it takes? We'll keep our fingers crossed.
Classic Millionaire - As close as you can get to the TV show without being in the studio: one contestant; fifteen sequential questions; and a virtual million pounds to be won.
Quick Fire - A fast-paced but more forgiving variant on Classic Millionaire, with questions asked against a timer but there are chances available in case you make a mistake.
Millionaire Party - A hectic game mode ideal for the truly competitive. Players 'buzz in' to answer questions, but even if you're not fastest on the buzzer you can always try Stealing the chance to answer, or even Double-Daring your rival if you think they don' t know the answer. You also have three second Chances if you get a question wrong.
Play or Pass - A more tactical game mode which allows players to not only choose the level of question they want to answer, but also lets you pass a tricky question onto another player in the hope they will get it wrong instead of you.
Millionaire Remix - Keep on your toes as you battle through a series of rounds, competing to collect enough Chances and Lifelines or deny them to your rivals to help you be the first to reach the million pound prize.
Multi-Millionaire - Classic Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? adapted for multiple contestants. Players take turns to try and win the million pound prize, with only Lifelines between them and elimination if they get an answer wrong.
Quick-Fire - A high speed game mode where it's all about answering the questions fast!
Play on PlayStation 2 with three other friends using the Buzz! Buzzers which are connected directly to the USB port at the front of the console. You can also play with one other person by connecting two controllers to the console. You can also use the Multitap (sold separately) and four DualShock2 controllers to play four player games.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Party Edition features 4000 completely new and exclusive questions written for the game by the TV show question writers.
Play Single player Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? or battle against friends and family in one of the new Multiplayer modes which feature all-new functionality. You are able to steal, pass and double dare your opposition in timed rounds. We also have a new Chance feature you can use that will allow you to get some questions wrong and not have to leave the game. Adapt Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Party Edition to the experience you want to play.
Using the EyeToy USB Camera, you and your friends are able to take mugshots that can then be displayed on the Scorestacker screen and on the winning cheque.
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