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Trivial Pursuit

Released on 13 March 2009

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (5 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Gather up your pies and wedges, round up friends and family and join in the fun with Electronic Arts as it celebrates the 25th year of Trivial Pursuit by offering new ways and places to play one of the world's favourite board games. Since the official introduction of Trivial Pursuit in 1982, the phenomenally successful board game has been testing millions of game players' wits with versions ranging from the original "Trivial Pursuit" to "Trivial Pursuit: Family," "Trivial Pursuit: Junior," and "Trivial Pursuit: 25th Anniversary Edition." The popular board game also got its own television game show in 2008 called "Trivial Pursuit: America Plays."
  • With dynamic visuals, new questions and question types, Trivial Pursuit on PS3 brings the party to the living room TV allowing players to customise the experience with several ways to play.
  • Challenge your friends with the original fun Trivial Pursuit game.
  • Earn extra points by guessing whether your friends know the answer in the all-new quickly playing Facts & Friends Mode.
  • Track your best categories over time with your custom Trivial Pursuit Profile.
  • Players can hone their knowledge with the Clear The Board single-player mode.

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 Average rating (5 reviews)


| | See all Ps3NooB's reviews (5)

My dad got me a sneak preview of this little beauty, all i can say is wow!
Amazing graphics, game play and true hd sound and vision.

A real cod, killzone and yes even a halo beater.

Saturday nights will never be the same again

Hurry up and come out! Grrrrr

 Missed a trick

| | See all Bobus24's reviews (1)

Ok - if you want an electronic version of trivial pursuit - this is possibly for you. Unfortunately i think the makers have missed a trick here. Im used to playing the Buzz games which are alot more interactive - and also have some "arcade" aspects to them. This game is literally the board with some slightly animated peices - which become annoying quickly. The other thing that I have against this game is in Buzz for example you can learn as you get questions wrong and the correct one is revealed. In this game the question and answers are slightly obscure - for example "Where would you find the worlds fastest land animal" answer "Africa" - ok thats great - but if you dint know it was the "Cheetah" you never would. In summary - ok for families especially with older generation who may not like flashing lights and sounds, but for a PS3 next generation graphics machine - a bit uurrrr.......

 language options..

| | See all MrWolfy's reviews (1)

Does this include support for other languages than english? I mean in buzz for example the system language changes the ingame language aswell.


| | See all joeriddell16's reviews (58)

The best game of this genre on the PS3 is Scene It. The games of Trivial Pursuit go on for hours if you get a few hard questions, and it can get very annoying. The board game is better because you can leave it and come back to it the next day, whereas with this, you cannot. The trophies on this are fairly easy, but it's just too long for my liking.

 A bit dull. Not as good as the board game.

| | See all DuncanEdwards's reviews (153)

After hours of fun on PS2 and PS3 versions of Buzz I was eager to try the console version of trivial Pursuit.
Unfortunately it all seemed a bit basic. It felt like a cheap budget title next to Buzz.
The graphics are clear but simple. The gameplay is monotonous and questions are ok but very dull.
This is one game that really doesnt improve on the board game at all.

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Rating3+ (PEGI)