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Trivial Pursuit Star Wars Classic Trilogy Collectors Edition
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- Unique Numbered Gameboard
- Sculpted Pewter Tokens
- Electronic R2-D2 Randomizer
- 400 Photo Cards with Over 2,000 Questions
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Top Customer Reviews
As much as I enjoy the game (thus the 5 star fun rating), I realize that there is little educational value to knowing lots of trivia about these movies (thus the 2 stars for educational value). And, even though there are multiple questions per card, you will hear all the questions if you play the game enough (thus the 4 stars for durability).
Even so, I've spent some enjoyable evenings with this version of Trivial Pursuit with friends and relatives who are also Star Wars fans.
This game is well worth the money for Star Wars junkies. A 5-star offering for a limited audience, and probably 3-4 stars for "normal people." But, like a friend of mine from college days used to say, "Why be normal?"
May the force be with you!
Questions range from super-easy: "Who played Han Solo?" (Harrison Ford). To difficult: "What was the last word Yoda said?" (Skywalker) To difficult for all but the best: "What was the serial number of the storm trooper uniform that Luke stole?" (TK-421) Lots of fun to play!
The design of this game is classic Trivial Pursuit, with stills from the movie in the colored sqares. Instead of round pies, though, you get pewter figurines. Part of the fun is choosing which character to be. And the pie pieces snap neatly into the bases.
This game is a lot of fun just to sit back and relax for a bit and to see how much you really do know about the Star Wars Universe. I wouldn't recommend this if you're looking for a serious trivia game, but if you're just looking for a bit of fun, its worth buying.
This Trivial Pursuit is tons of fun and brings a huge challenge to anyone who calls themselves a "fan". Information covers every aspect of Star Wars from the movies to the books. Get ready to be highly schooled on the Star Wars universe.
This difficulty becomes readily apparent once you start playing the game; someone who has seen the movies once will find the difficulty of many questions just about right, but anyone who owns the videos and can quote favorite lines more obscure than "I've got a bad feeling about this" or "May the Force be with you" will quickly split the questions into two categories: "All to easy" and "That's impossible, even for a computer!"
That said, the designers have done about as well as could be expected with this game. The playing pieces are absolutely gorgeous, and whoever did the layout for the board has a terrific sense both of color balance and of significant scenes from the Star Wars films. The use of an electronic R2-D2 instead of dice is clever, though dice would probably be faster to roll. The box is durable (mine has survived two moves without a scratch) and the game should last a long time, provided the questions don't bore you to tears (I've answered as many as 30 without faltering) or slam you completely against a wall.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty neat game, has a little R2D2 toy that acts as the dice. You push its head and it randomly selects a number and makes noises. Read morePublished 8 months ago by heather
I ordered 2 of the Trivial Pursuit Star Wars Classic Trilogy games. One of the games did not come with all the pieces. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jennifer Mericle