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We’ll begrudgingly admit that we watched with a mixture of abject terror and pure fascination as the “stars” of Jersey Shore catapulted into the hearts, minds and hair products of the public, but not once did we ever watch an episode of the now infamous reality series and think, “I could have delivered that line way better than The Situation.” Well, we won’t admit that we did...
You Don't Know Jack has always set itself apart from the minigame glutted party genre by appealing more to the spiked-punch party crowd, not the sticky-fingered cake-and-ice cream crowd. In other words, the self-proclaimed "irreverent trivia party game" series has always been designed with grown-ups at actual parties in mind - or at least the sort of adults in the late '90s whose idea of a great time was crowding around the PC with the screaming-new CD-ROM drive. To those in the know, YDKJ's sassiness and multiple-choice questions relying equally on street and/or book smarts ("If Sybil has 17 multiple personalities, how many exemptions is she entitled to on a W-4?") was unparalleled. As such, it's not only remarkable that after an 11-year absence the snarky series is back, but it's back just as strong as it was in its heyday...
The basic idea of this Live Vision game is brilliant – set up a camera, play some EyeToy-style minigames that require different movements and chuck in some silly expressions and faces. Then, once the round is over, sit back and watch You’re in the Movies play back your actions in a series of B-Movie style film trailers.
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