C, Decent, Final Answer
It’s very hard to capture the tension and drama of a game show in a video game when said game show focuses on one contestant rather than a competition. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire’s single-player mode captures very little essence of what made the show such a runaway hit, and the shoehorned multiplayer would make Regis...
About The Game
Think you can make it to $1 million?
Give it a try playing the all-new 2012 edition of the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire video game. Based on the new and always unpredictable “shuffle” format of the TV show, the pressure is on to answer 14 fun and challenging multiple-choice questions. If you get stumped you can use one of your lifelines like “Ask the Audience” or “Jump the Question.”
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire™ 2012 Edition features:
3000 multiple-choice questions
New Shuffle format of randomized questions as seen on the hit TV show
Lifelines like “Ask the Audience” and “Jump the Question”
Single-Player mode: Challenge your own score!
Multiplayer Party mode: two players play simultaneously (two players locally)
For Kinect™ for Xbox 360®:
Play the game (just as you would on the TV show) by answering with your voice, or gesture with your hand to select an answer
Use your customized Xbox LIVE® Avatar to represent yourself in-game over Xbox LIVE®.