Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer The DVD Game shares little in common with the Scene It? franchise outside of the publisher leading to a disappointing and ultimately boring experience.
Doorways to Horror was trying to be a scary board game utilizing the newest technology of the 1980s (the VCR) but unfortunately the scariest thing about Doorways to Horror is the game itself.
Mad Gab Mania tries to do something unique by turning Mad Gab into a DVD game but you are basically left with a game that adds nothing but a hassle to the original game.
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.