TV Guide: The Game is perfectly fine, at least for fans of both trivia games and television. However, it is quite outdated (over twenty years old) and only about one topic, meaning TV buffs (especially fans of older shows) will have a huge advantage over other players.
Battle of the Sexes: IQ Test is an awful game featuring terrible mechanics, a lack of questions, and completely unfunny (and somewhat sexist) humor.
The addition of a DVD helps Trivial Pursuit: DVD Pop Culture improve on the series a bit but not enough to rise above mediocrity.
Judge For Yourself is a 1996 Pressman legal trivia game where you guess the verdicts in 500 real-life cases. Unfortunately, the game is a snooze fest with some poor game play ideas.
Times to Remember is a solid game that will definitely appeal to trivia buffs (who know their years), but it may be too tough for more casual trivia fans and younger players.
Trivial Pursuit Steal offers some refreshing changes to a series that desperately needed some new gameplay mechanics but there are also some ill-advised ideas that don’t exactly work.