I'd love to try TPiR, even though I know better than to trust in the gaming industry's ability to make a good gameshow video game. I mean, the most fun I ever had playing any Jeopardy game was naming my people something dumb and laughing at their faces when I'd get a question wrong. Unless I misspelled something and was just flat out frustrated.
*On that note, using the stylus to write your own name like a real Jeopardy contestant sounds feesable.
TPiR sounds like it'd be chock full o' mini games, any word if you can unlock Bob Barker?
(edited by Lexus on 9.9.08 0242) "Laugh and the world laughs with you. Frown and the world laughs at you." -Me.
Haven't tried TPiR yet, but I did try the DS version of Hell's Kitchen. It's basically a souped (ha!) up version of Diner Dash or Cake Mania. Seat people, give them menus, take their orders, make their food, take it to them, clear the plates. Ramsay, of course, is pretty much neutered, but I did giggle when he called me a donkey.
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The crux of the matter in all of this is that although the player is able to create any character possible with the character generator, in the EULA/TOS for the game, all created characters become property of City of Heroes.