The listing, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire 1st edition has ended.
Faster than you can say "cha-ching," Disney has released Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: a terrific realization of the wildly successful television game show. Boasting voice work by Regis Philbin himself and a game engine by the makers of the well-respected You Don't Know Jack series, this is the perfect family title.
We originally reviewed the title for about an hour and a half before surmising its rating. By all means a good title, there's one big problem that arises only after repeated hours of play: the questions repeat, and repeat ... and repeat. Frankly, the resurfacing of questions--there are only about 200 total--was the only way we made it to a million dollars, but we can see that not everyone sees this as an enjoyable "asset." The justification from the manufacturer is that the package is at a low price and was never meant for hard-core gamers (or people who install the game on multiple machines). But even for just twenty dollars, you'll wind up being really sure how many stock make up the Dow 500 after five to ten hours of game play, and may walk away annoyed. People looking to purchase this game for multiplayer action also won't be pleased, since players who have spent time with the game will be at an advantage to climb to higher dollar amounts.
The best elements of the real-life game show through: in particular, Regis and his friendly-yet-sarcastic commentary.
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