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Submitted by AbeArceo 1659d ago | review

You Don't Know Jack Review | Level Up News

The Scoop: In 1995, Jellyvision unleashed upon the world a trivia game unlike any other: You Don’t Know Jack, a game in which “high culture and pop culture collided”. The result was one of the most popular PC trivia games of the middle and late 90’s. The popularity of the series led to a significant number of new editions of the game, including movie and sports themed variations, a spinoff for teenage trivia buffs, two PlayStation editions and a short-lived ABC game show hosted by Paul Reubens. This is the first physical release of a You Don’t Know Jack title since 2003’s “The Lost Gold” and the first game in the series to appear in a console since You Don’t Know Jack: Mock 2 was released on the PlayStation in 2000. ( You Don’t Know Jack, Nintendo DS, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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