Hollywood Squares Reviews (NES)
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It’s not exactly a deep game, but it matches the presentation, style, and humor of the game show it’s based on very well, and many of the false answers are actually clever and funny. There’s also a good amount of questions (over 400) and several incorrect answers for each to keep things somewhat fresh for multiple playthroughs. Fans of the game show should enjoy.
NES Archives (Feb 20, 2005)
If you're trying to collect all the games, you'll have fun a couple of times with this one.
Ação Games (May, 1991)
O jogo passou batido nos Estados Unidos. No Brasil, só vai interessar quem fala o inglês muito bem e gosta do jogo da velha.
Just Games Retro (Sep 06, 2002)
Revived on TV by Whoopi "I have no eyebrows" Goldberg, the show Hollywood Squares takes Tic-Tac-Toe, applies a celebrity to each square, and then chooses two completely starstruck morons to play. This could very well be the easiest gameshow on Earth. The celebrities are the ones who really answer the questions, and the players only have to agree or disagree. That's why they ask questions that no one cares enough to know the answers to, and pluck contestants right off the streets of North Hollywood - they look good, but they're just as dumb as the sand that makes up Venice Beach. With this in mind, you might think that Squares would not be a great idea to make a video game out of. You'd be right.
Questicle.net (Apr, 2012)
One may enjoy answering questions correctly, but those are momentary thrills once you discover that – gasp! – this is a video game and you’ll never win prizes like you would in real life on the game show. It’s almost worse that game show games pretend like you win a prize.