The Disney Pictionary DVD Game tries to add a DVD to Pictionary and ends up creating another generic Pictionary game.
With the pedigree of an award winning television show I was hoping that the Planet Earth DVD Game was going to be a solid trivia game but it turns out to be one of the worst trivia games that I have ever played.
While Channel Surfing will never be confused for a great game, it is a unique experience that is more enjoyable than I was expecting.
Noteability on its’ surface is a really clever idea that could have made for a really unique game, but several issues keep it from ever reaching that potential.
The Brain Game has some solid puzzles and is better than I was expecting but still has quite a few issues keeping it from being a good game.
Cheaply made, poorly designed and just an extremely boring and flawed trivia game makes The Apprentice DVD Game one of the worst board games I have ever played.
Despite being created by the company that made Scene It a household name and having a good concept, Quip It! fails to live up to its’ potential.
Atmosfear: The Harbingers has a very high production quality but too many rules and a very high luck to strategy ratio keep it from being anything more than a one-time experience (as a game to play on Halloween).