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Trivial Pursuit POP Culture DVD Game


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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.6 x 11 x 15.8 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA and Imported
  • ASIN: B000096QNX
  • Our recommended age: 18 years and up
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,347 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
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Product Description

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Count on Trivial Pursuit to keep up with new millennium trends. This tremendously popular game has been updated with a fun DVD feature that allows players to view TV clips, songs, commercials, movie scenes, and more tidbits from pop culture. As in the original Trivial Pursuit game, two to four adult players (or teams) pose questions to one another in six categories, in this case TV, Fads, Buzz, Music, Movies, and Sports & Games. As they correctly answer questions, players move around the board, collecting colored wedges. To win a scoring wedge, though, players must answer an on-screen question with a variety of visual cues. So rev up those pop culture engines and get ready to come up with the name of Big Star's first record or the candy Ronald Reagan favored. The game includes game board, DVD, 400 question-and-answer cards, one die, four cute tokens (lava lamp, mixed tape entitled "Awesome Mix/Makeout Tunes," cell phone, and joystick), 30 scoring wedges, and instructions. Note: although the game features over 2,000 new questions, only a few hundred of them are DVD questions, leading to inevitable repetition. --Emilie Coulter

Product Description

Put your pop culture know-how to the test with the Trivial Pursuit Pop Culture DVD edition. The 6 question categories cover the topics everyone loves to talk about—Movies, TV, Music, Sports/Games, Buzz and Fads—over 2000 all-new questions. DVD includes fun TV clips, commercials, movie scenes and memorable pop culture moments. Even the tokens have a cool pop culture design. Includes game board, DVD, Q&A cards, 1 die, 4 tokens, 30 scoring wedges and instructions. Imported and made in USA.

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Customer Reviews

Even the questions on the DVD are starting to repeat.
Joann
Save your money... UPDATE: - After contacting hasbro about this problem, it turns out I had a defective DVD.
T Bellamy
Trivial Pursuit DVD Pop Culture is way better than Scene It (we have both).
"mogmeister"

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92 of 98 people found the following review helpful By "byrneout68" on November 24, 2003
My firends and I are EXTREMELY disappointed with this game. The DVD is basically useless. If Hasbro would have been willing to pay some royalties they could have used actual movie and video clips which would have made this game fun. Instead they use horrible graphics with still photos or Scrabble type words to get you to guess the answer. Meanwhile they flash the answer too quickly for any kind of team play and you cannot pause the DVD at all.
If you still want to buy this, I will sell you mine since I will not be using it again.
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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 19, 2003
My husband and I played this game for the first time this week. We had a couple of problems with the DVD - on some of the questions it seemed to not give enough time to even read the question before the answer was given and at other times - the answer was NEVER given - just popped back to the main screen. I do think the game is a great idea/concept - but the DVD definately needs work.
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50 of 54 people found the following review helpful By "mogmeister" on February 9, 2004
What a great game. We played until 3am, and just had a ball. There were so many film clips, and hilarious commercials, and sports clips and puzzles. Just a great great game.
We had a problem when we tried to use the game on the cheap $89 DVD player we got at WalMart. The questions started to repeat. But when we played it on our Sony DVD player it was a blast. No problems at all. The company says that some of the lower-end DVD players may have some problems...but I can tell you for sure that it works on a better player. So the reviews here are either from people with really cheap DVD players...or from the makers of competitive games...because they sure aren't accurate.
The art and the music and the way the questions are presented are really first rate. Very clever puzzles.
Trivial Pursuit DVD Pop Culture is way better than Scene It (we have both). It has a really varied collection of videos and still pictures. By comparison Scene It is sort of dull. Nice movie clips....but that's about it.
Trivial Pursuit DVD is by far the best game we have played in a long time. A thoroughly unique blast! GREAT GAME.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 18, 2003
The game itself is pretty fun, but the DVD has some problems. We played the game twice and ended up with the same questions popping up on the dvd within the same game. There is only one box of cards to play with and we repeated on these also. Needs more variety, more cards, and a better system with the DVD. The concept is good, just needs some work. I'll stick with Genus IV or 20th Anniversary Edition.
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137 of 160 people found the following review helpful By K. E Pearce on January 12, 2004
I am a big Trivial Pursuit fan and a DVD fanatic, so I was very excited for the DVD game.
The questions were alright. They were better written, for the most part, than the 20th Anniversary edition.
The playing pieces are fun: a cell phone, a mix tape, an Atari joystick and a lava lamp. The wedge holders are neat too.
HOWEVER, the DVD did not impress me. I expected video clips, sound bites, etc. etc. The DVD showed an average of *one* video clip per every game played. Most of the questions, which I need to remind you are "for a wedge," are really easy and the answers are given away by things like Scrabble pieces or a crossword puzzle bringing together really easy clues or unscrambling a name.
The fun aspect of the DVD is that all players with that color wedge get a shot at getting the wedge. Also, folks with the color wedge get it taken away if they shout out the answer (and they usually do!).
I was dissappointed by the DVD aspect. Get the 20th Anniversary edition for the neat card dispenser. Wait on the next DVD edition with a more interactive DVD.
They didn't go as far as they could have with the DVD format. I do realize that they had to fit a lot of material on one DVD, but two or three DVDs worth of questions with more video and audio would have been worth it.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 10, 2004
I got this game for christmas and we played it that night with a large group of people in 2 teams. We had a blast my kids could answer questions and my grandma could, so it was great in a large group.
The reviews I read here are right. The dvd pie question are quite easy in the way that they ask some questions, some are a challenge though.But, it was fun that everyone could yell things out. However, there are some dvd question that ask a date and everyone is yelling 1984, 1985, until the time is up. That isn't a challenge it is just a guess.
We have played it several time in groups. A few dvd questions pop up that we already had so we just had the team do another question.
The questions at the end seemed really hard to us we couldn't get the answers( with any group we played )quickly so the game lasted forever because you have to keep moving out and landing exactly in the middle. But after a while we just let the people jump from pie to pie and the other one stay in the center so we could end the game quicker. It takes a good hour and half to play. But, even though there are things we don't like, we really do love this game. We have had fun and laughs every time we played! Hope you have fun
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 31, 2003
2-4 individual players or teams can compete to answer questions of the following categories: Buzz, Movies, TV, Sports & Games, Music, & Fads. Answering a question successully earns a player or team color coded tile that corresponds with that category.
Once a player or team collects tiles from all 6 categories, they move towards the center hub and answer the game winning question.
Where the DVD comes into play is when you land on either the game winning hub space, or one of the 6 color coded spaces at the end of a spoke. Using your DVD remote, you select the corresponding category and wait for a random clue to play. It could be a picture, a scramble puzzle, a movie/music/tv clip, etc. Actually I was pretty impressed with the presentation of the clues and randomness of the whole thing, though the category introductions do get repetitive after a while.
The 4 player pieces that come with the game are pretty durable, and the board itself is very heavy laminated stcok that fold into fours.
I thought the categories were pretty well thought out and stayed on topic. While some questions are painfully easy, others are pretty ridiculousy obscure that only a person who memorized an encylopedia set or was an idiot savant would be able to answer some of the questions. With that being said, I find it highly unlikely most 8 years old (recommended age) would find this game very exciting or fair.
It appeared to me and my wife that you had to be at least a teenager in the 80's to appreciate some of the questions and clips, otherwise anyone younger probably could not relate.
Not sure how 'educational' this game is. I'd re-classify it as 'nostaligic' trivia if anything.
As far as fun factor goes: it is defintely geared towards teams, or at least 3 single players.
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