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Submitted by ZeroTolerance 1262d ago | review

You Don't Know Jack Review - ZTGD

ZeroTolerance Writes: Trivia games are often made or destroyed based on their selection of questions and challenge. It is always nice to see one take a stray from the norm. PC gamers that have been playing for some time will likely recognize the classic title at hand and, if you have ever played it, you are no doubt very excited to see it return. You Don’t Know Jack is a trivia game that uses clever writing and excellent pacing to make answering a series of questions more fun and entertaining than it really should be. If you are a fan of the genre at all and have never experienced the series, you are in for a treat. ( You Don’t Know Jack, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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