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80
WindowsAll Game Guide (2000)
Still, complaints are few for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire CD-ROM: 3rd Edition. As a faithful adaptation of the TV game or a standalone quiz game, it works. Though not perfect, the third edition does provide wholesome entertainment and enjoyable gameplay.
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MacintoshAll Game Guide (2001)
Still, complaints are few for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire CD-ROM: 3rd Edition. As a faithful adaptation of the TV game or a standalone quiz game, it works. Though not perfect, the third edition does provide wholesome entertainment and enjoyable gameplay.
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WindowsIGN (Jun 20, 2001)
For all its worth, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire: 3rd Edition is a good diversion for a few hours of trivia fun. Unfortunately, the annoyance of Regis and the repetition of questions mean this diversion doesn't last too long. If you're still hungry for trivia, you'll be scrambling for your Trivial Pursuit board after this.
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Windows7Wolf Magazine (Oct 05, 2001)
Такие вот невинные шуточки. А больше рассказывать и не о чем. Игра для азартных интеллектуалов и людей, метящих в кресло игрока на телешоу. Как говорится, repetito est mater studiorum, что в переводе на великий и могучий звучит, как "повторение - мать учения".
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WindowsPC Games (Germany) (Dec, 2002)
Diese lieblose Umsetzung ist symptomatisch für das ganze Spiel: Die Videos entbehren jeder Abwechslung, nicht mal (irgend)ein Moderator tritt auf. Das Publikum applaudiert immer noch freihändig, während Sie sich langsam die Euro-Skala hocharbeiten. Allzu schwer sind die Fragen zumindest anfangs nicht, dafür aber abwechslungsreich, wenn auch nicht ganz auf dem Niveau der TV-Sendung. Die Verbesserungen sind nur minimal, die einzige Dreingabe stellen im Grunde die neuen Fragen dar. Für Quiz-Fans und Anhänger der ersten Ausgaben mag es reichen, alle anderen: You don‘t know Jack ist immer noch Klassen besser.
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PlayStationPSX Nation (Jun 07, 2001)
What can I say? Who Wants To Be A Millionaire 3rd Edition is mislabeled. It's really Who Wants To Be a Millionaire 2nd Edition in sheep's clothing. There's absolutely nothing here that really separates it from the previous game and that's a shame considering Sony is asking $40 in this day and age of $9.99 software.
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WindowsGameStar (Germany) (Dec, 2002)
Alles in allem ist die dritte Wer wird Millionär?-Edition nur eine Datendisk zum Vollpreis. Quizfreunde sollten auf die Budgetversion warten
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WindowsGameSpot (Jun 25, 2001)
Nevertheless, there is no denying that Millionaire will keep trivia fans' interest--at least for a while. After all, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire remains a decent pick-up trivia game. You can complete a round of gameplay during a 10-minute coffee break. But at this point in the series, the execution and the host are so familiar that the only appeal left is the trivia challenge itself, which is unfortunate. The designers of such games should be spending more, not less, creative energy on successive installments.
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PlayStationCheat Code Central (2001)
Don't bother with this game. It's not worth your time. Jellyvision, the creative and whacked minds behind You Don't Know Jack and Seaman are completely underused. The personality is lacking and the game execution, while true to the show, just doesn't transfer to a home version all that well. With all of these versions of the game hitting retail shelves, I've finally figured out the answer to the question. "Who wants to be a millioniare?" SONY!