Who Wants to be a Millionaire? (DC) Reviews
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by - written on 31/12/00, updated on 06/01/01 (Very useful, 182 readings)
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Whenever this question is raised everyone in the room would be likely to see 'me! Me!' simply because the vast majority of the population are not millionaires - being one is highly desirable to most people. Ok we all know this, and I'm sure you've watched, or at least heard of the game quiz show hosted by Chris Tarrant on ITV - right? The basic concept is that the show enables genuine members of the public to phone in and hope to be chosen to appear on the show. Once selected (and this is a very small number of people compared with the numbers who phone in! That's where they get lots of money...) 10 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/09 (Very useful, 6 readings)
Attempting to cash in on the hugely successful ITV show Who Wants to be Millionaire, arrived the game adaptation on the dreamcast. I recently played on this game after rediscovering the dreamcast. The premise of the game is quite simple, you as the contestant will be asked a series of questions, 15 in total, which will start from a 100.00 question and rise incrementally until you reach the hallowed turf of 1 million. Consequently of course, there is a steep curve in the difficulty of the questions. The quiz show questions cover a multitude of areas, including general knowledge, sport, celebrity's geography, science and many other areas. You are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
"Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" is a video game which was released for the Sega Dreamcast in 2000 by Eidos Interactive. It is a quiz game based on the popular television programme of the same name. In the European marketplace, the game received an age guidance rating which deemed the game suitable for ages three and above. Millionaire put the player in the "hot seat" with voice overs from Chris Tarrant accompanying his or her play. The rules of the game keep with what is seen on televison. Players will answer a series of 15 multiple choices questions with each ascending in difficulty as the game progresses. When stumbled, players may use ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 2 readings)
I recall having this game on the Dreamcast some years ago, and although it's a rather nifty idea, it's not up to much here - it's been crafted with extreme laziness, and whilst we all love the TV show, it just hasn't translated very well here into a game because the developers went for the cheapest, most tawdry approach possible. What's more, when it retailed for about £40 on release, what's the point, when it makes absolutely zero use of the Dreamcast's enhanced graphics capabilities, and is even an embarassment enough to be on the PS1! It's a shame, because it's a novel idea. We all know how the game works - 10 contestants begin in a "fastest finger ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/01, updated on 06/09/01
I have seen some of the opinions here, some people find the game amusing, some find it hilarious because they feel it's rubbish, but in my view Who Wants To Be A Millionnaire isn't that bad a game, in fact, in the right scenario and situation, it could be considered entertainment! The game is a bit unfinished, and yes it's repetitive, annoying, and completely pointless as you can't actually win any real money, but I think it's good for certain times - like when you have a social gathering - wheng reat uncles/Aunts, grandparents and family members come to visit - Stick on WWTBAM and they'll be entertained for a while, totally forgetting ... Read the complete review
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