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Family Fortunes

Released on 23 October 2009

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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Condition:  Used - VeryGood

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The TV game show everyone knows! Sets, family teams, survey questions: even down to the instantly recognisable "uh-uhh" sound from the scoreboard. Family Fortunes brings this family favourite direct to your fingertips! Introduced by Vernon Kay, two family teams of five members must guess what "100 people surveyed" had said to a question. The 'Top Answer' survey results are revealed on the big board and somewhere within the answers is a bonus prize!
  • 4 family teams available to play, solo player or two player/family modes
  • Wii Remote control with 'Mii' creation in-game
  • Play Single, Double or Big Money rounds for a bigger jackpot win
  • Commentary supplied by Vernon Kay also characterised in game
  • Music and iconic "uh-uhh" and "bing" sound effects used in-game

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 Average rating (1 review)

 UTTER RUBBISH!

| | See all Cheekycows's reviews (2)

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¨This must be one of the worst cheaply made video games I've ever played. It's nothing like older versions the game, or like the tv show, it asks you a question (it doesn't read the question out) and then you answer by choosing any of the 10-12 pre set answers the game gives you, if you manage to choose the right answer great, you go on to the next round and get to choose more pre set answers, if you don't do it, nothing happens! they don't show any other family what so ever, you just get a low score and continue to the next round.. the graphics are extremely bad, and they repeat the same short clip of the mii like family each round. It truly reminds me of a cheap dvd game. This game belongs in the bargain bin! Mind that... I wouldn't even waste a fiver on it.

Rating3+ (PEGI)