You Don't Know Jack The irreverent trivia party game…YOU DON’T KNOW JACK - where high culture and pop culture collide! Loaded with outrageous questions, wall-to-wall music and sound effects, blistering humor, and Cookie Masterson, your semi-lovable master of ceremonies, YOU DON'T KNOW JACK is trivia-licious!
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The PC version of this game does not feature online multiplayer or the 4-player local play that many old YDKJ fans are accustomed to. Instead, there's only a local 2 player option. It won't affect the overall gameplay much, but you'll miss out on some of the exciting multiplayer features (ex: "screw"ing another player)
Meanwhile, the console version (X360, PS3) of this game does feature online multiplayer and 4-player local play.
For me, that is quite a big deal breaker, cause YDKJ is most fun with a bunch of friends.
You answer trivia questions from every part of academia while cracking up at stupid puns, double entendres, and very funny jokes being told by Cookie Masterson, the bodiless voice that hosts the game. This is not a Regis Philbin type host. He will mock you for getting questions wrong. And it's hysterical.
The questions are of high caliber, and typically expect you to know two separate things to answer the question correctly. For example, you may be asked to identify the Sesame Street character that is the color "mauve" or equivalent questions where you are drawing knowledge from very different parts of your brain. It's funny, it's NOT easy trivia, and each episode (Of which there are 73!) lasts around 10 minutes.
Aside from that, the game is funny, entertaining, and a whole lot of fun. Keep in mind, it is the exact same game they sell on xbox 360 and PS3, so you won't be getting any different questions if you already own it on one of those systems.
I also wanted to mention that some reviewers were upset you needed to use "Steam" to play the game. Steam is a game portal, and if you are a casual gamer, you may not have heard of it, but its actually HUGELY popular with most PC gamers. It's a great application, with TONS of game sales. If you like $3 games... you really should check out steam. I understand reviewers lower rating since they did not realize it was "activated" through steam - Just don't pass on this game because of it without actually checking out Steam. Using Steam is free, so don't think you are getting bamboozled into some scam. :)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It took forever to download and it still didnt' finish after several hours. I returned it and advise against purchasing this product as a download.Published on January 10, 2014 by Alonda Love
It was fun for a while, but becomes annoying. As with most computer games these days, you can unlock more with more purchases.Published on October 12, 2013 by Jack Roberts
I bought this game cause i thought it had online play but its local multiplayer only. This game is not as fun as othe YDKJ games.Published on May 26, 2013 by M. Anderson
When I was visiting my nephew in another state, he wanted YDKJ on his computer so we could play. When he saw the other software (STEAM) etc., he decided he didn't want it. Read morePublished on April 17, 2013 by sueb43
Our familiy loves this game! It is very fun and entertaining. Some of the content can be a litte racy, but in a humourous way. That is why it is rated T for Teens.Published on April 9, 2013 by Mommy of 3
I played YDKJ back in the late 90's and the improvements keep the content fresh and challenging. Great game for everyone.Published on April 3, 2013 by james shinn