Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?
I have a dilemma, I have to review this game, but I’m going to tell you right now that it’s the biggest pile of pooh that I’ve seen drop out of (Ed: I had better stop him there!) So where was I, oh yes, do I discuss the latest football results or do I review this game? I suppose being professional is what DCS is all about, so lets quickly get through this pain, because quite frankly, it ain't worth the web space this review is printed on!
So ‘WWTBAM’ then, you know what it’s about, you have seen the show countless times, but now its here on the DC, the machine that showed us ‘Shenmue’ and ‘Soul Calibur’. It’s identical to the show, Chris Tarrant and his annoying voice, and the three lifelines, and it’s all crap! The graphics of the game are bland, while they are accurate, why would you waste money on this when you can have the likes of ‘MSR’ for the same price? There is very little motion as usually it’s a simple blank screen with a ridiculously hard question while you look up the answer on Encarta. Complete tosh comes to mind.
There is a measly 1000 questions, so not before long things will start to repeat themselves. Amazingly, the beginning questions appear harder than the later ones! But I ask you this, why was the show so tense and the successful? It was because you knew that someone was putting £124,000 on the line or that they could win a quarter of a million. Yet everyone in the family knew the answer and was screaming it out! Yet, load this up and get an answer correct and you win…erm…sod all! What’s the point in all this?
honest with yourself, could you really imagine Grandma, Granddad, Bother,
Sister, Aunt, Uncle, Mum and Dad all huddling around your Dreamcast come
Christmas day to play a good old classic game of WWTBAM? Of course not,
that’s why we have board games! So let’s finish it there! You know the
score, you already had a peak at it! The options are poor and you win
nothing! Single player is cack and multiplayer a bore. I won’t even
bother to put pictures up, simply go to your local game store and look at
the case, all the graphics you see there on the case is the game! This
game is utter *pooh*…and yes…that is my final answer!
“A fine example of how developers try and earn a quick buck. I strongly recommend the board game. I wouldn’t even send a copy of this to a PlayStation player, its just too cruel”
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