From the article: "With the US Beta of Xbox Live Primetime's 1 Vs. 100 having launched at the start of the month, we thought it was time to take a look at what the experience was like. A massively-multiplayer game show the whole family can enjoy, complete with real prizes, certainly sounds good on paper.
For those who have not seen the Bob Saget hosted version of the game show on tv, it is a trivia game pitting one person's general knowledge against that of the 100 contestants making up 'the mob'. The host asks a multiple-choice question, which the 'one' and 'the mob' must answer. Whoever answers the question wrong is out of the game. With every ten mob members the one eliminates, by answering questions correctly as the corresponding mob members answer them wrong, the prize currently offered to the one increases. In the event the one gets a question wrong, the mob splits the current prize pool. In most of the sessions we played, the one had the prize up to 4,000 MS Points in about five questions. The one also has three 'help' choices, to trust the most popular answer from the mob or crowd or the answer of the current highest scorer in the game; known as 'the brain'. "