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Submitted by CGMagazine 1238d ago | review

C&G Monthly Reviews: You Don’t Know Jack

The trivia genre hasn’t always had the easiest time getting a foothold in the gaming industry. Titles like Buzz! and Scene It? have come and gone with mild fanfare, leaving no lasting impression. When if first released in 1995, You Don’t Know Jack changed the way a lot of people thought about trivia video games. Rather than emulating existing shows it sought to be its own beast with a unique sense of style and substance. With its modern re-release You Don’t Know Jack returns in full force by delivering an incredibly polished experience with a plan to stay relevant long after its completion. ( You Don’t Know Jack, Nintendo DS, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 80/100

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