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Trivial Pursuit - Dvd Pop Culture 2Nd Edition

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THE TRIVIA GAME OF TV MOVIES MUSIC AND MORE CHOCKING HAZARD - CONTAINS SMALL PARTS - NOT FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3

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Folks who find the questions in the main edition of Trivial Pursuit to be out of their league may have better luck with this Pop Culture 2 edition. This edition follows the premise of the original game, where two to four players or teams roll the die and move around the board answering trivia questions to score "wedges" of a pie. The object is to score a wedge from each of the six category areas to complete the pie and win the game. However, the cards in this edition skip the dry historical, geographical, and scientific questions and instead focus on fun factoids in the following categories: TV, Music, Movies, Sports and Games, Fads, and Buzz. Another difference is that players must answer an interactive question from the included DVD when they land on a scoring space, an appropriate way to dispense questions for this subject matter. Players choose from four kitschy pop culture tokens to represent them on the board: a troll, a peace sign, a platform boot, and a record. The game includes over 2,400 questions, of which over 600 are featured on the accompanying DVD. The DVD features 16 pre-planned games, each with different questions, and has a checklist inside the case to keep track of which games have already been played. --Cristina Vaamonde

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Product Dimensions 2.6 x 10.6 x 15.9 inches
Item Weight 2.8 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B0007Q1ITO
Item model number 42788
Manufacturer recommended age 8 - 12 years
Best Sellers Rank #182,970 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#82 in Toys & Games > Games > DVD Games
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By Holly Marie Tuck on January 16, 2007
My family has always played Trivial Pursuit, but only ends up knowing a small percentage of the answers. This game has a lot more answerable questions, rather than those that you need an encylopedia to answer.
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It's like the first: a DVD game that makes great use of the DVD. What makes this a lot better is that the DVD is set up with pre-set gameplay sections. This means no repeats on the DVD (And for people like me, no one complaining saying "I've had this one before!"). The questions are mixed with more recent and some less recent (Some include 70s and 80s). Some questions are off (In the movies section, I got a question about what teams Kareem-Abdul Jabaar had previously played for), but most are accurate. I've played this with three generations (70s, 80s, 90s and today) and we all had a lot of fun. I highly recommend it, even to people who don't like Trivial Pursuit.
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I don't know if it is worth the full price. If you can get it on sale, then it's great. They should sell new edition kits, with new cards and dvd's instead of having to buy a whole new game.
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This was as described and the box came in the condition as described so overall I was pleased with the product.

As a 26 year old who is highly educated I find myself frustrated that the questions are as difficult as they are AND the quick version took my friend and I 2 hours to complete last night.
If looking to buy this for something to do, completely understandable. I would not recommend this for families
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The game is very fun and everyone in the family loves it it is always the first to be played on family game night and the DVD portion makes the game the game that much more fun it is truly one of the best purchases I have made from Amazon
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The makers were totally lazy when makinf this game. What is the point of having DVD if only a few questions are multimedia and the rest are just text? You might as well just read the questions off a card like the original game.

I noticed this during a real game, so later on I just played the DVD questions myself and here is what I found. There are only 3 multimedia (Videos, music, animation, etc) questions for each category. After that there are only text questions, just like on the cards. After about 10 questions in each category it gets even lamer. Rather than even asking a text question, a simple text message comes up and says "Read a question from a card in the stack".

I gave an overall rating of 1 star. I've been told the "Scene-It" series is much better, so i'm going to get one of those next time.
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Got it in time to play with the family during the holiday season. We spent some time together instead of all seperate on phones and computers.
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The game is fun and it is not easy. It takes can help pass the time because it takes a lot of time to play.
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