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Trivial Pursuit

Released on 13 March 2009

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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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 Wii 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.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (7 reviews)

 Very Disappointed

| | See all Frankers137's reviews (1)

Was very excited to ge this game on order and have it finally delivered, howevedr the excitment was shortlived. the font size used for the text is so small it is ridiculous - so small in fact that is cannot be read at all on occassion. Given that there is no audio support for the questions it makes it too difficult to play. i suppose that if the TV is as big as a cinema screen you wont have a problem - whoever designed this game needs to seek alternate employment.

another gripe is that once a question is answered incorrectly the correct answer is not provided. I know one could argue that this stops "learning" of answers and thus it wont spoil future enjoyment but does leave you scratchin your head at times

other than that it is simple to play loads of questions to suit all levels or trivia retention. could be good fun if you could read the screen

 Great family game!!!

| | See all elds5701's reviews (1)

Started to play this and nearly turned it off after 5 mins......then became highly addicted for the next hour and a half. A must buy, excellent board game that has become an excellent wii game!

 Brill game

| | See all dijane's reviews (1)

Since we bought it we haven't stopped playing it! Well worth the money and you learn alot which cant be bad! Would highly recommend this.

 Fantastic - well worth the money

| | See all MooseStokeonTrent's reviews (2)

This game is a must buy, great for adults and children. Loads of different options, loads of competitve fun. Highly Recommend.

 Great for the family

| | See all JoJo007's reviews (4)

We play this game regulary, is good for all ages. Because it is always multiple choice ( choice of 4 answers ) any age can play and have a bit of fun. Some questions are just worded, others have picture clues which is good. Some are dead easy some are impossible!! I read a review just now where they said that it doesnt give you the correct answers - THIS IS NOT TRUE!! it always highlights the correct answer in green if you do not get it right.
The audio can get pretty annoying as it can get quite repetative so we choose to play without the audio which is easy to turn on and off.
I only have one gripe with this game which it seems many others do to - the text is soooo small you have to be pretty close to the tv to read accurately even if you have perfect eyesight, a rubbish design but that is really the only fault.
We have played many times and have only had the odd question repeated so there is a lot of questions

Rating3+ (PEGI)