IGN writes: "I've always been a firm believer that a computer generated Bob Sagat should star in as many video games as he can. This is a universal truth that has stuck with me ever since I watched the first episode of "Full House." However, I'm sorry to say that 1 vs. 100 has destroyed my unshaken faith in CG Sagat: he should never star in a videogame again.
Based on the popular TV quiz show, 1 vs. 100 should have been a hard game to screw up. The premise is pretty interesting: a single contestant is pitted against 100 people fittingly called "the Mob." The player must keep answering questions correctly and hope that the Mob members do the opposite; thereby whittling away at them little by little. If you are able to outlast all 100 members of the Mob, you get a million dollars. If you answer just one question wrongly, you are chastised by a smug Saget and kicked out. There are also three "helps" you can use such as eliminating one answer, polling the Mob, or trusting the majority of the Mob."