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  • Summary: Test your smarts in an entertaining TV show game atmosphere with TV Show King Party. Following up on the successful Wii Ware game with new questions, features and more fun, TV Show King Party delivers innovative fun for players of all ages and families by featuring thousands of trivia questions in eight categories ranging from Music and Movies to History, Sports and Science. There are four multiplayer modes to vary the challenges and a variety of ways to use the Wii Remote within the three different quiz modes. Test your luck by choosing to spin the fun game wheel that risks losing everything or double your gains. Expand
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  1. One of the Wii's best trivia games, but we recommend that you pick up the downloadable WiiWare version instead for a mere $10.
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    There are new questions, but just like the original WiiWare game it can only take you so far.
  3. I wanted to like this game, but it just wouldn't let me. First it was not diverse enough. Then it started repeating questions prematurely. Then it crashed and displayed a C++ error. Ouch. Good for a few laughs if your friends are as fun as mine, but that's about it.
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  1. ChrisFawcett
    Dec 29, 2008
    What a disappointment! Very little to offer in repeat play, and the gameplay the first time around is pretty boring. The trivia questions themselves are moderately interesting, and the mechanic of scoring more points for being the first to respond to each question is good. But there is little opportunity for the players to catch the leader, and the bonus round winnings make the entire rest of the game almost irrelevant. The totally random nature of the game leave little to be desired. Plus, the game's announcer doesn't even try to voice the Mii's names, instead referring to contestants as "Player 1," etc. Such a simple tjhing would have made the overall ame experience more inviting, but as published it's a very flat game. All in all a very bad game design from just about every criteria in the book. Expand