Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition Reviews
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GenesisAll Game Guide (1998)
Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition does what it sets out to do: provide fans with a solid rendition of the television show. It's also appropriate for the entire family, as the questions are not "watered down." Since there are challenging questions, it's a great learning tool for younger players (around junior high level). An added benefit of repeating questions is that the younger set will be able to learn through reinforcement, making them worthy opponents for other family members. While the game won't convert those who hate the TV show, the game has everything to please the Jeopardy! faithful.
SNESVideo Games & Computer Entertainment (Jul, 1994)
This is Jeopardy! with Alex Trebek. If you miss the show every night, here's the alternative. This is a good version compared to the others. It's clean and most like the TV program. The voice is great and the graphics are sharp. Tough questions, but that's old.
SNESGamePro (US) (Jun, 1994)
You'll have to be a whiz kid to win this game. At least Jeopardy! Deluxe works your brain, not just your thumbs.
SNESThe Video Game Critic (Dec 21, 1999)
If you've seen the show on television, you know the questions tend to be very hard, but the game gives you an advantage by making the CPU-controlled opponents slow to hit the buzzer. It takes a while to play an entire game, but if you enjoy the TV show, you will like this.
GenesisVideo Games & Computer Entertainment (Jul, 1994)
Sorry fans, this version isn't as good as the SNES game. Even though it shouldn't matter in a game like this, the characters just don't look as cool. Also, when the computer answers, it takes the time to spell out all of the words, which definitely makes it slower.