Family Feud PC

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  • Summary: This interactive version has all the classic components that have made the game show a hit for over 3 decades, from the quirky survey questions to the Fast Money rounds and of course, features the voice and likeness of your favorite game show host. Play against the computer, a friend or yourThis interactive version has all the classic components that have made the game show a hit for over 3 decades, from the quirky survey questions to the Fast Money rounds and of course, features the voice and likeness of your favorite game show host. Play against the computer, a friend or your entire family. Over 1,000 new survey questions. Customizable characters feature lets you create your own family. Expand
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  1. RobertB.
    Jun 3, 2007
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    The game re-creation is actually quite good and familiar. The games A.I. on how it determines a correct or wrong answer is abismal. In almost The game re-creation is actually quite good and familiar. The games A.I. on how it determines a correct or wrong answer is abismal. In almost every game, a right answer (or what should be a right answer) is counted as a wrong answer. Also, less commonly, a totally wrong answer is counted as a correct answer. There is some fun here, but it will get old quick, especially if you are playing against other people, where the messed up A.I. really affects the enjoyability and re-playability of the game. If you can get this one cheap just to check it out, go for it. Otherwise I'd skip it. Shouldn't there be a penalty for a company releasing a game clearly before it was ready? Expand