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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by B-Blue, Oct 30, 2008.
I think the way the game works is that you demonstrate your superiority over 5th graders by not buying it.
Question:Are you smarter than a 5th grader?
Answer:Who would be so stupid to say they are not?
Haven't people caught on to this game's formula long ago? Why are they still making games for it? You kind of reach your last stop once you reach the point where people make "Can You Beat Up a Fifth Grader" parodies. And here I was hoping another crappy franchise was going to rightly meet its death.
THQ is getting influenced by ubisoft (seriously )
i used to watch this show. i remb this one guy couldn't answer: what is 5 squared?
i love game shows but when the heck are they gonna make a jeopardy or trivia pursuit game
Jeopardy has had quite a few Video Games. I have the SNES version...I cant rightly say the last system/console it was made for though...I'm sure there is a handheld version though.
Hopefully this has less retarded questions then the first one
There have been at least a dozen versions of Jeopardy videogames. The last standalone one was for the ps2 I think. There's a downloadable one for the ps3. It has always sucked as videogame though because you always need to type in the answer in a short amount of time, and if you spell it wrong, or don't give it the exact way they want, you lose. Granted, 5th grader is like that too, but only on the last question...not every question.
Question: How would one describe an answer?
Answer: It usually follows a question, but doesn't end in a question mark.
an education software?
Got million dollars four times in the last game.
One time I knew all the answers,
one time I had to random guess a World History problem and luckily got it right,
two times with the help of internet =P (hey, I've never played American Football)
The game is significantly easier than the actual show, it really is not worth playing unless you really need an ego boost: "You are smarter than a fifth grader"