The X Factor Interactive DVD Game 
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The best interactive DVD Game from the best talent show The X Factor! This is a music and X Factor trivia game to test all ages and decide: have you got what it takes? This DVD is packed with auditions, the judges' most memorable moments, unseen footage and is great for music and X Factor fans alike. It includes clips from all 4 series. Fearne Cotton (The Xtra Factor host) brings the game alive and makes you feel like part of the show every time you play! The interactive quiz tests your skill as a judge in the Auditions and then takes you through to Bootcamp, the Judges' Homes, the Live Shows and, if you're good enough, The Grand Final. The aim of the game is to score points in Rounds 1-3 and then reach The Grand Final in Round 4. Answer questions correctly and you stand a chance of winning a fantastic prize including backstage passes to The X Factor Live tour 2008!
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It's entirely endorsed by the producers of the program, so we have the real X Factor music, the four current judges Louis Walsh, Sharon Osbourne, Danni Minogue and Simon Cowell, and the cheekily happy Fearne Cotton keeps the whole thing moving at a good pace. She reads out all the questions throughout the game and changes her outfit for each new round.
The game can be played by up to 4 players (I'm not sure why one person would play on their own?) and is quite simple, but that's not to criticise, for its appeal is in its simplicity. To win the game you have to answer questions correctly (using your DVD remote), getting a few bonus points along the way, and hopefully ending up in the Grand Final. The first one to get there and answer the Grand Final question correctly wins. It's as simple as that. A brief explanation of the 4 rounds is as follows:
Round 1. THE AUDITIONS
Fearne shows us a 10 second clip, taken from any of the previous X Factor Series, and asks us to guess whether the performer made it to Boot Camp. Guess correctly and you get a point, get it wrong and Fearne tells you off. Some of the clips are hilariously bad.
Round 2. BOOTCAMP
Once at Bootcamp you are given a category (Groups, 25+, etc) and again have to answer questions, but this time they are multi choice and are based on general music knowledge as well as X Factor based.
Round 3. JUDGES HOMES
Here you retain your allocated category and answer multi choice questions against the clock, having 5 seconds to make your guess. This is a good round for speeding up the game.
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There are 4 'rounds' in this game that can be played by up to four people (it can be played on your own but it's even less fun!). The first round asks competitors to 'judge' a number of acts - you're shown a clip of an auditionee and have to guess whether the panel put them through to Boot camp. I thought this would be the best bit of the game but i found it rather boring, especially seeing as my opinion often didn't coincide with the judges'! It was unpredictable which I suppose is true to the show but it's not a case of YOU judging the acts...it's a case of you guessing the JUDGES judgement!
The following three rounds involve answering multiple choice questions, some are about previous X-factor contestants or shows and some are about music in general. There is a broad range of questions but obviously those who don't watch the show will only be any good at the general music trivia! The final round, the 'live final', fails to generate the tension and excitement i'd hoped for. The slow DVD and the repetitive responses of the judges and Fearn Cotton (presenter) have much to answer for. What's more, if you get a question wrong in your attempt to reach 'week 10' of the 'live final', your survival in the game depends not on your knowledge but on a previous x-factor contestant's success! All well and good, having a bit of 'pot luck', but when it's the early 'weeks' of the last round you know you're going to get through, whereas in the final 'weeks' it seems your contestant always gets kicked off the show!Read more ›
The DVD Game can be played in most standard DVD players and has a simple system where you use the remote to answer questions, passing it round to the next player on their turn. There are several unique sections to the game; The auditions, which is the part that sees you as a judge, the `boot-camp', individual Judge sections and lastly the final.
All but the first section involve asking questions on both X-factor contestants and pop trivia. As such it's a bit of a mixed bag and you'll find different people have strengths in each area, which can make for quite an interesting competition at times. The first section, the one I was looking forward to, isn't really about you judging the auditions, though. It's a simple case of guessing who got through. A bit disappointing. The last section gives you harder and harder questions as you go through the knock-out rounds, but I found it to be a bit of a mixed bag when it came to what our team could answer.
The overall presentation of the game is, like the programme, quite slick. All the presenters have recorded video which makes it feel more like you are there on the programme, the other video such as X-Factor contestants singing is of a high standard. Questions are easily answered with the remote (well, they were with my remote, anyway) and it's always obvious what to do. There's even a good little guide to how to play, in case you can't work it out.
Overall, the package is well put-together but suffers from not really providing what it promises, a true X-Factor experience. What it does do, though, is entertaining enough, even if it boils down to a good quality pop trivia quiz with a few added bells and whistles.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was disappointed and bored
this game was nothing like I had expected by the build up
I have played it once
I had expected it to be singing completion game and its... Read more
quite poor game i think. This could have been made a little bit better but fun is ok so i suppose it is overall okPublished on 2 Jan. 2014 by Marta Telus
Haven't opened it yet, so dont know if its good or bad sorry. It was only cheap so doesn't really matter.Published on 28 Dec. 2012 by ANN BAKER
It's very hard trying to turn a popular tv show into a game. This was fun for a little while but not being a true computer game, it's interactivity is limited and so can be get... Read morePublished on 19 July 2012 by Amazon Customer
this is a fantastic item and the best interactive dvd game ever and i think the other reviews are not true because this is really good and if you like the x factor you will like... Read morePublished on 29 Oct. 2010 by Gary Bainbridge
Gave it as a present to someone who would enjoy the DVD
1 star only for arriving on time sorry
Enjoyable to have played this with friends, i liked it... sometimes I haven't watched the show and if a question on that comes up. It's tough luck really. Read morePublished on 29 Dec. 2008 by Ms. C. J. Franklin