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Family Feud 2010 Edition - PC

by Ubisoft
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows XP
Rated: Everyone
15 customer reviews

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  • Custom Avatars: Design your avatar from head to toe, including body, facial features, hair and clothes.
  • Text Entry Assistance with spell check, predictive text, and concept grouping so that you'll get the answer right even if it's not exact!
  • Premium graphics: 3D models, enhanced interactivity, and detailed set and game design to match the modern look and feel of the show.
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The Family Feud games features all of the favorite elements of the show as played on television, with two families playing against each other in a contest to name the most popular answers to survey questions posed to 100 people. The game is rendered with a dynamic redesign of familiar aspects such as the scoreboard, face offs, strikes, stealing and fast money rounds. The Family Feud game also incorporates connected gaming elements to make it easy and entertaining for friends and family to play and interact together.

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  • ASIN: B002FQIPQI
  • Item Weight: 6.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 29, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,242 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By K. Gause on October 9, 2009
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This game has a few glitches, but its still worth it!

One of the main glitches I notice is that I have to insert the disk every time I want to play. There is no icon on my desktop for me to click. That is very annoying. Sometimes the in-game graphics modify slightly, but its not to bad and does not happen often.

The questions are Great and can be really challenging at times. The format is very good and gives the REAL show feeling when you play. I love that you can actually see the characters hit the buzzer. I haven't played 2 player mode yet (no one wants to play), but I am sure its as fun as the single player mode.

All in all, I think this is a solid buy and you can enjoy it and could make a good party game!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Chad Mosher on October 3, 2009
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Here are some notes and observations about Ludia/Ubisoft's release, Family Feud 2010!

- The music used in the menu is the Combs music. Most music in-game is from the Karn era.
- The game is faithful to the pre-Bullseye format, down to round five (and beyond, if necessary) being sudden death. If both families can't provide a correct face-off answer, the question is thrown out.
- During the Fast Money round (in which you're given 90 seconds, a bit too high in my opinion) the point values of the answers you gave will be revealed even if you reach 200. Unless you gave it, the #1 answers are not revealed.
- The set is pretty well designed - everything is very pretty and accurate.
- A nice touch is that your character actually smacks their plunger when you press the corresponding button, even if you're a little too late.
- When it comes down to your family, the captain is your created avatar; the other three members are randomly assigned.
- The recognition system is *usually* really good... almost too good. (Example: In one question, I typed in "rock"... it gave me "Accident" on the board which, I assume is because it's a synonym for "wreck" which kinda sounds like "rock." ) On a related note, it did not give me "yard stick" when I typed "yardstick" and on one question, no "cop" for "police officer."
- If you provide an answer already on the board, it doesn't notify you... it just gives you a strike.
- Single player mode's goal is to win twelve episodes, each against a family with a small backstory. Solid mode, nothing too fancy. Each episode you successfully complete earns you extra pieces for the avatar.

All in all, a pretty nice effort by Ludia. I would say it's *just about* worth the twenty dollars. When compared vs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Doggie Mom on April 15, 2010
This is a fun game, although I did that notice there are a lot of questions about bugs and animals! (Maybe it's just me?!?) The graphics are colorful and it's fun to change the clothes on the avatar. The host is invisible, and has a limited volcabulary which is a little boring in my opinion (where's John O'Hurley when you need him!). They do give too much time in the lightening round to answer the questions, probably for those who type on the slower side. I have Windows Vista and have to 'run' the disk to start the game every time I play which is a bit annoying (once it gets going, the disk can be ejected).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AWGamer11 on January 1, 2011
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- Nice family feud feel- good graphics
- Questions/surveys are more interesting than in prior versions
- Have not seen a repeated survey on the main game or the fast money round..yet. Not sure how long it will take until they repeat which obviously was a problem with other versions I've played.
- Good fun for the price.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Felix on February 23, 2011
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First of all Amazon advertises this to be sold as a "PC-DVD"game, but it arrives as a "PC-CD" game. other than that, Amazon's part in this was normal. The A.I. of the game must have been thought-up just before quittin time on a friday. AND,,, you can count the number of DIFFERENT opening bid videos on one hand.
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I bought this game around the time it came out. It pretty much plays the same as the modern version BEFORE the car and Bullseye round were added. You hear but don't see the host. You can play against the computer or another human. When you buzz in, your PC figure hits the plunger as well - nice touch. You're given ample time to type in your answers. This game is more leinient with answers than the FF game released a few years back - where you had to practically type in answers word for word to get credit for it.

There's the good, now the bad stuff. Your PC figure sometimes appears on screen when it seems it shouldn't, like when all the answers on the board are revealed. Not sure if this was done intentionally, but it doesn't look right, in my opinion. Some of the answers are in bad taste. One question was "Name a smell you always recognize." The Number 2 answer was "fart." If this is an indication of where our society is going, it's not pretty. The host tends to repeat himself.

There's a solo feature where you must defeat 12 families. So far, I've defeated seven. The graphics are decent and the questions capture the overall feel of the game. It's challenging. I got 199 in the Fast Money round the first time I played it - missed it by that much. A decent buy for $20, and you must have the disc in the PC to play it each time.
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