The Price Is Right DVD
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- Come on Down!
- Features Contestants Row, The Showcase Showdown, Plinko, Cliffhangers, and 10 other popular pricing games
- Just like being on the show!
- Use your DVD to control the action
- For 3 or more players
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•Come on Down!
•Features Contestants Row, The Showcase Showdown, Plinko, Cliffhangers, and 10 other popular pricing games
•Just like being on the show!
•Use your DVD to control the action
•For 3 or more players
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Top Customer Reviews
You'll miss the comfort of interaction with Bob Barker, but considering that TPIR has not had any video game since a terrible 90 Commodor 64 game, this DVD came at the right time
when DVD's are added to the board game (no computer needed).
The game is complete with 6 whiteboards, 4 markers to write down the total prices.
They couldn't put all 40+ games they have done, but I love these games: 5 Price Tags, Cliff Hangers, Danger Price, Golden Road, Grand Game, Lucky 7, Most Expensive, Pass The Buck, Plinko, Push Over, Safe Crackers, and Shell Game.
Also, you can bid on Contestant Row's Products, spin Showcase Showdown's wheel, and compete in the final round selecting multiple choice to be "closer than the actual retail price without going over!"
*Pro: Easy set up, still shots of real products, great 3D view of the game show set, fun games that anyone can play, host explains instructions, play any part of the show, add a few video clips from the show, and 3D views of these games! All the wonderful music, graphics, and models are from the show!
*Con: Can't control the speed of the wheel, Todd Newton's voice and some of the price results are displayed too fast, different annoucners are used (Rich Fields, Rod Rodey, and Burton Richardson), and I've heard from others about control function problems. Finally, Bob Barker's not in it, although they hired Todd Newton, a great replacement.
Overall, this can be taken to a party with a DVD player, and everyone can play it with no set up.Read more ›
The Price Is Right DVD game, gives a beautiful and actual simulated experience of actually being in the studio where The Price Is Right is. The game shows that beautifully with the graphics and textures from spinning the big wheel, to a drop of a single plinko chip, and even displays the original themes that have made it a game show legend. The DVD features a dozen games from Price Is Right's lineup that are elegantly detailed including Grand Game, Cliffhangers, Plinko, Pass The Buck, Most Expensive, Golden Road, and Safe Crackers to name a few. The games still have a lot of fun, and also are shown beautifully. That also shows with actually stills of prizes, the Barker beauties', and the products that are highlighted from the show itself.
While the design is great, there are a few disadvantages to The Price Is Right as well. One of the biggest disadvantages is that there are just too few pricing games shown. Classic games like It's In The Bag, Squeeze Play, Three Strikes, Secret X, and Hit Me aren't really highlighted here at all.Read more ›
The game play from the DVD menus was extremely choppy and needed better continuity. It would take a very patient person to play this game any really get a kick out of it. The prizes and prices were realistic but they were repeated within the first twenty minutes of game play - some sort of system should be in place on the disc to at the very LEAST order them in one specific order. This game looks like it was made about ten years ago and has very bad stills and clips from the actual show, it looks as if this game cost about $450 to make and they paid a twelve year old who is both a beginner at programming and Photoshop to do the work when he isn't delivering his paper route. Games like this make me sad for kids who have to endure the pain of playing it on Christmas day of their birthday as it will probably be in the trash by bedtime or even worse - on the way to a second-hand store where someone else is going to have to go through the pain of popping this game into their DVD player.
Unless you are very young and could enjoy the bright flashing colors and sounds from the game or very old and actually use some of the terrible products featured on the game, this 'game' is not for you.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can you take a cool historic show and make it lame? Why of course you can! And I think it was done right here. But this was a gift and it was received well.Published on August 21, 2013 by Drew
Never worked. Freezes once it gets to a certain point early in the game. Look for other reviews, other customers complain of the same issue.Published on May 7, 2013 by R. Lockhart
The Price Is Right DVD
The whole family enjoyed playing the game very much. We used it at Christmas get together and had a lot of fun.
We played this once in a while when we bought it several years ago. After it as on the shelf in the game closet collecting dust, we pulled it out to play again. Read morePublished on December 19, 2011 by dragonphan
Hey all! I was really looking forward to play this game when I ordered it. I popped in the game and was ready. I was immediately disappointed. Read morePublished on June 25, 2011 by Duke34
Some of the objects are slightly outdated. I used this to teach my high school business class to reinforce pricing concepts. Read morePublished on May 10, 2011 by Kelly Green
I bought this as a gift, so I did not play with it myself, but my Uncle really loves it. I did not rate it high in durability or educational value because this is a DVD, so it was... Read morePublished on April 10, 2011 by bugnjess
I got this game when it came out in 2004. There hadn't been a TPIR video game in years, so I was excited about it. It has 12 games, there's no way to fit 70 plus games on a disc. Read morePublished on October 20, 2009 by Michael Ceciliani