You Don't Know Jack
Unlike other trivia games, You Don't Know Jack reads all questions and answers to you along with quirky commentary and light-hearted additions. Together, these really make the game feel more like a trivia show rather than a video game. In multiplayer mode, You Don't Know Jack will wait for all players to answer and will reveal all answers one by one, complete with quirky comments and explanations for right answers. In each episode, there is also a designed "Wrong Answer of the Game", which awards an arbitrary prize (think toenail clipper) for finding and selecting the wrong answer based on the clue given in the beginning. Multiplayer also adds the "Screwed" aspect, which hilariously ridicules one of the players based on who gets it right and wrong.
Online play with this game definitely would seem like a huge plus, as the game setup definitely allows for two people to play without being in the same room. However, the game limits us to 70 episodes. Episodes don't even change between multiple plays. 70 episodes does provide over 700 minutes of gameplay, though, and that amount of snarky trivia is more than enough to keep you occupied. Questions in this game definitely deviate from traditional question and answer games. Rather than merely ask about the stages of accepting a problem, the game will ask about the stages as applied to variations on I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. This makes for a rather challenging application-based trivia show. Pick up a copy of You Don't Know Jack if you want a fun trivia game that takes a different approach to quizzes.
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