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Why not include an online multiplayer?

  • Dec 1, 2001
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+3
This game is very realistic:

1) If you think too long to answer, the other players will vote you off.

2) This happened to me during a tie-breaker: 3 players left; and everyone got 1 vote. Strongest Link had to decide who to vote off, and since I voted for them, they changed their voted and voted for me even though I wasn't the weakest, but because I voted for them. I was impressed.

3) If you think Ann is intimidating on TV, wait 'til you buy this game. Everytime you choose the "Single Player" she cracks how you don't have any friends to play with, or if you pick the "Bend the rules" option, she says "I guess you do need to cheat to win."

4) Unlike other trivia games, this one has 100,000 questions!!(So I heard) I played it and no repeats yet and even if you might see a repeat, you have to be a real rain-man to memorize all the answers.

However, this game needs online multiplayer! If it will in future editions, this should challenge other game like You DOn't Know Jack as the best trivia game of all times.

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Move over Lara Croft, there's a new cybergirl in town. She's tough, she's mean, and she can make a grown adult cry in seconds. She's Anne Robinson, appearing in all her black-hearted glory in the new interactive PC gameThe Weakest Link. Up to seven players can play at once with any combination of human or computer-controlled players. Anne Robinson, as host, will quickly expose players' weaknesses, and all the others can delight as the weakest link takes the walk of shame. With a supply of more than 100,000 trivia questions, you'll never play the same game twice.
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