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Submitted by ObnoxiousGamer 1253d ago | review

Maybe I Do: You Don't Know Jack Review (ObnoxiousGamer)

The newest version of You Don’t Know Jack is a return to the classic YDKJ games, but this one does the series justice the others couldn’t. By just purchasing the game, the player has access to up to 70 episodes, each consisting of 20 minutes of gameplay depending on how promptly you answer. The questions are standard trivia questions that most people can know and guess, but with a pop-culture, sarcastic twist to all of them. YDKJ makes it major bones by asking challenging questions in analogies and comparisons, and never ceases to leave the player looking for answers. ( You Don’t Know Jack, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 7/10

Solid_Dave  +   1254d ago
This is such a funny game. The original was great too.
RichterBelmont  +   1253d ago
Cookie ftw!

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