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  • Summary: Friends: The One With All The Trivia is a question and answer based videogame using over 600 memorable episodic clips, audio soundbites, catchphrases and live-audience laughter from all 10 seasons of the hit show to test players’ “Friends” knowledge. Recurring show characters Janice (MaggieFriends: The One With All The Trivia is a question and answer based videogame using over 600 memorable episodic clips, audio soundbites, catchphrases and live-audience laughter from all 10 seasons of the hit show to test players’ “Friends” knowledge. Recurring show characters Janice (Maggie Wheeler) and Gunther (James Michael Tyler) host the game – reading over 3,000 interactive questions and guiding players through fast-paced gameplay including different single and multi-player game options. [Warner Bros.] Collapse
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  2. Negative: 3 out of 6
  1. It's very well presented and the voice actors read the questions with great style, putting it a cut above the average quiz game, but it'll only endure beyond short bouts of play for the most ardent of fans.
  2. This is one seriously difficult challenge. The questions are very obscure. I'm sure the actual writers of the show would have a hard time recalling some of these answers. Only real, hardcore fans of the show with Jeopary-friendly memories need apply.
  3. 50
    Filled to the brim with content and hard-as-hell questions, but that's about it. The front-end could have been made in Flash, and it'll just bore you to death.
  4. An ultra-niche and adequately designed quiz game with enough questions to keep you going for a couple of hours, but only really worth a rental. [Apr 2006, p.73]
  5. But the game's built by the basics, and the randomized 3,000+ questions run into problems with repetition. It's like...the Gunther of the gaming community. (Sorry, Gunther.)
  6. Inoffensive and surprisingly nonrepetitive, this does exactly as the title suggests, but only an ardent fan will get any lasting enjoyment. [Jan 2006, p.111]