All-New Now That's What I Call A Music Quiz 2 Screenshots (DVD Player)

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DVD Player version

There's an animated introduction which culminates in the title screen. Unlike a computer game the image does not resize to fill the screen and so may play with black borders
The main menu
This is the first of many instruction screens. Though there is little narration elsewhere in the game all the text on the instruction screens is spoken
Chart Climber: This screen is used to select the number of players
Chart Climbers: Prior to each player's turn they are asked if they are ready
Chart Climbers: Player one is choosing their question category. This screen always shows the player number and their current position
Chart Climbers: A sample question
Chart Climbers: This player has opted for a mystery question and this could be their reward
Chart Climbers: Some questions use a picture
Chart Climbers: Some questions are introdiced by a video clip
Chart Climbers: Some questions are introdiced by a video clip. After the video clip the question proceeds as a standard picture question
Chart Climbers: There's a major penalty here for answering incorrectly
Chart Climbers: In some cases the picture is used as a reward for getting the answer right
Chart Climbers: Another major penalty for answering incorrectly
Chart Climbers: At seemingly random points the game will show an encouraging message
Chart Climbers: This is shown when the question follows an audio clip
Chart Climbers: The end of the game reveals the 'Now That's What I Call A Winner' screen which is somewhere behind the flying tokens and balls
Platinum Collection: This game mode is for 2,3, or 4 players. There is no single player option
Platinum Collection: The start of the game. Player 1 is about to select a category
Platinum Collection: The questions in this section are the same as the questions used in the Chart Climbers section
Platinum Collection: When a player correctly answers three questions in a category they win that category. The first to win five wins the game
Platinum Collection: The end of a game. This screen is followed by the 'Now That's What I Call A Winner' screen with it's animated flying tokens and balls
Free For All: This game mode is for 2,3, or 4 players, there is no single player option. After selecting the number of players the number of rounds must be decided
Free For All: This is the 'Get Ready' screen that precedes every question, it's very important since this is not a turn based round but a 'who can shout loudest and fastest' rounf
Free For All: This is an example question with a picture being slowly revealed.
Free For All: Getting a question wrong means a player is frozen out
Free For All: After each question the game shows the scores for each player individually
Free For All: The end of a game.
This is followed by the animated 'Now That's What I Call A Winner' screen with it's flying balls and tokens