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You Don't Know Jack - Xbox 360

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  • All-New Questions!
  • New All-Play Mode!
  • Collectible Hidden Prizes!
  • Screw Your Neighbor!
  • Multiplayer DisOrDat!

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Platform: Xbox 360

Product Description

The award-winning You Don't Know Jack game franchise is being reincarnated for the Xbox 360, PlayStation3, Wii and Nintendo DS platforms. Pop culture and high culture famously collide in this fast-paced trivia party game show filled with zany mind-bending questions about what's newsworthy, relevant & interesting in today's world.

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Synopsis

YOU DON'T KNOW JACK, the original quiz show party game, is back and trivia-y-er than ever! You're the contestant in a truly interactive game show experience, complete with cash, prizes, backstage characters, pounding music, bizarre sound effects and your lovable but verbally sassy host, Cookie Masterson. Play at home or online - alone or with friends - as you battle through a trivia mind-field on your way to victory, defeat or, more likely, soiled pants.

We decided to re-imagine a new-and-improved YOU DON'T KNOW JACK for the 21st century. All of your favorite elements are still there: the twisted multiple-choice questions, musical question intros, the DisOrDat™, Screw Your Neighbor™ and the Jack Attack™, plus all kinds of new face-melting features and surprises - including online play! And of course, tons of all-new twisted trivia questions covering everything from Dr. Phil to Dr. Pepper, from Miley Cyrus to the Mile High Club. It’s fun, it’s funny, it’s funky, and it kills more than 99.9% of known fungi. YOU DON’T KNOW JACK!

 

Collectible Hidden Prizes!
Collectible Hidden Prizes!
New All-Play Mode!
New All-Play Mode!

Features

  • All-New Questions!
  • New All-Play Mode!
  • Collectible Hidden Prizes!
  • Screw Your Neighbor!
  • Multiplayer DisOrDat!
  • New Fonts!!!!!

Product Information

Platform:Xbox 360
ASIN B00498PSZQ
Release date February 8, 2011
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 141 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches
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By Bradley Jones on February 8, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
As a huge fan of the original You Don't Know Jack games I was skeptical that this game would be able to live up to the high bar standards that they themselves had already set. I was not disappointed. This is a fantastic game and am very happy to play a version of You Don't Know Jack with pop references that I can actually identify with.

There are a lot of difference between this game and the originals. It's no longer up to just one person to get a question right, everyone gets a chance to guess. In the old Jack games only one person would buzz in and if they got it wrong only the remaining answers would stay. Points are based on how fast you buzz in your answer. You have 20 seconds to buzz in and you get that many points added or taken away from your score if your answers were wrong or right.

It comes with 73 different stages all with 10 questions. You will no longer get asked random questions but unique questions for the type of stage.

A great addition is the edition of a "wrong clue." You will get a hint for a clue that will randomly be the wrong answer in one of the questions. If you purposely guess the wrong clue in the set you will get 8,000 points.

The Jack Attack, great song intros, screws and all around goofy nature have stayed around and made into this game. A fantastic game for a group of friends or on-line play!

You Don't Know Jack Is BACK!
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
There were a few moments after I booted up You Don't Know Jack when the fake-commercials started playing in the background that reminded me why this was the best damn trivia game series ever.

Whether it is a good thing or a bad thing to you, this new You Don't Know Jack is in mint condition and seems nearly unchanged from the formula that made it the only trivia game to ever need. All the adult-themed humor, thoughtfully worded questions and Cookie Masterson (the original host) has returned and is just as good as you remember.

One thing that I am unsure about is the game formula. It has changed a bit, instead of random questions, the game contains 73 individual episodes of questions. These remain unchanged no matter how many times you play the specific episode. While that could get annoying if you play every episode quickly, with 73 episodes, you won't be repeating Jack questions for at least 15/hours of gameplay. With addition episode packs coming out as DLC, this game has a lot of life in it.

Each episode is broken up into 10 questions and a final Jack Attack question (which, depending on how well you play it, can net you a win even if you completely sucked with the previous 10 questions). This seems like a good amount per episode, drawing each to around 12-15 minutes long. Jack has always been a wonderful party game to play with multiple people and that has remained the same. You can still "screw your neighbors" by forcing them to answer a question you know they are clueless about and DisOrDat questions give the lowest scoring person a chance to catch up by choosing (for example) if a clue given is a Pope or song by Britney Spears. The ingenious question mapping is just as spot on as ever.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
This game is great.
It has the same great humor, fake commercials, and all the other things you loved about the originals, -Cookie Masterson is back!- and so are the weird pop culture jokes you've come to expect.

I loved the original YDKJ games when I was younger. This is very similar, but not exactly the same. The games are shorter (10 q's instead of 20), there are fewer questions (73 episodes of 10 questions and the "Jack Attack", and the gibberish questions are gone, replaced with "Who's The Dummy?" I preferred "Tickerlish Testgum," but it had to be sacrificed due to the lack of a keyboard on the 360, PS3 and wii.

Also because the game is on a console now, and not a PC, everyone has their own controller to buzz in on, and you don't get that weird tension as four people huddle around a cheap keyboard. I miss that.

I bought this game the day after it came out, and it was the day after, only because I couldn't get to a store.

I've played this game with several friends and even though I utterly destroyed them (I am a trivia king (yeah, yeah, I don't know Jack.)), they still tried to steal the game to keep playing when it was time for me to leave.

Another awesome bonus is the online play. It autopicks the episode to make sure none of the people getting matched up have already played the episode. With additional question packs available they should be able keep this up for some time. Which is nice, but the real gem is still being able to play YDKJ at 3 am with live people when you're drunk and alone.
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As with many of the other reviewers, I've been a long time fan of YDKJ and playing now is just as fun as it was back in the late 90's. It's a blast of a party game where you can get 4 friends together and laugh at the crazy questions the game asks you. Anyone can play and it's never over until the very final round as you can make big comebacks.

I was really impressed when the game detected that my friends and I were using the big button controllers and giving instructions accordingly. Now that's some attention to detail.

On the negative side, there's no random question ability, so if you've played an episode that others have not, you will destroy them. The shows are put together well, but this would have been a welcome option, especially for online play. Alos, I'm a little sad that the extra questions packs cost 5 dollars though. The achievements show that there will be 3 of them. The 30 dollar price felt like a good deal, but to add an extra 15 on that would make it a rip off.

There are not enough quiz show type games out there and this definitely fills a void left by 1 vs 100. It's a very hilarious game and that alone is worth the price of admission to me. The writing is top notch and there's a lot of production value. It's sure to be a hit with a fun group of friends.
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