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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Sep 9, 2009.
Hmm, NFO says the languages are Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian.
So does this game have Dutch or not?
Hmm, interesting, I've had the english version since it came out for PAL, but it isn't such a hit amongst the family and friends since they'd like it in our native language, so i'll make sure to get this release!
Are you serious?
I hope there will be a dutch one soon tho, me+family+GF love this game
Wonder if it will beat the C64 version I have around here somewhere.
On the other hand I have tried so many versions of trivial pursuit and until proper VR exists which emulates the board game I do not think a computerised version will top it, unless of course we are speaking about that "20th century history" version I played once- that was horrible.
I've played this game before, and it was quite amusing. There were a lot of movie questions though, even if you had another category question, it was usually about movies.
Really annoying if you don't know a lot about movies
Most of the questions are multiple choice, with the odd different kind of question thrown in there - like they'll show you a map and ask a question and you need to select the right location on the map (no names, only dots of where the areas are). Sometimes it'll show you a picture of something and you have to guess what it is/it's location/various things like that.
The version I played didn't have Dutch as a language too.
FYI, originally the release post said the game had Dutch too.
Play this in English a fair bit and it's actually a really good version in my opinion, really polished and professionally done when it would have been easy to rush.
this one doesnt work? i only get blackscreen , the first game i cant get to work...........
Grabbed this a while back and me and the Mrs did play it a fair bit. Its a decent sized scrubbed and its a good enough version.
but you havnt tried this version i guess...........?
For the reference of Australian users ... I got the PAL version which includes ENGLISH but unfortunately a lot of the general questions are based on local ENGLISH (ENGLAND) knowledge which makes the main deck unusable for Australian users ... there is an entertainment "Movies" pack you can choose to play the game with that makes it usable for more non-england/international english users ... I am not sure if there is an Australian (English) version ???
Is it exactly the same as Trivial Pursuit PAL, except for the languages? Are there any different packages? Would be great to have the possibility to download packages, but I guess that's just for XBOX users...
No speaka the Dutch ?