It handles the challenge by covering all bases. You want to play Trivial Pursuit as you remember it? Fine, the game offers you Classic mode, where the game board looks and plays just like its real-life counterpart. You still collect wedges for each of six categories - Geography, Entertainment, History, Sports & Leisure, Arts & Literature, and Science & Nature - by answering a slew of multiple choice questions.
Have friends to play with? Jolly good, you can either play by passing the handset among a maximum four players or, if you have equally tech-savvy friends and family, over local wi-fi. If you're home alone, you can just play against a computer opponent.