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1 vs. 100 Member Review for the Xbox360

UghRochester By:
UghRochester
06/21/09
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Game Show 
PLAYERS 1- 100 
PUBLISHER Microsoft Game Studios 
DEVELOPER Endemol 
RELEASE DATE  
RP What do these ratings mean?

Please finish this quote, "Who wants to be a..."

X.  Dog Show Host

A. Millionaire

B. Stunt double

The answer is at the bottom of the review, if you don't know it Press "Y" to use your skip

1 vs. 100 seems to be the new fun for weekdays and weekends. It's one the games brought to XBL Gold users that lets players sit down and relax from the first person shooting thrill, to the classic strategic move of real time stragedy games. With Chris Cashman putting comedy in his commentary as he and Jen Taylor, who's best known for her voice acting as "Cortana" in the "Halo" series, will host the events that will inspire the players to have a great and safe fun for everyone.

1 vs. 100 beta is the beginning of something successful. If you have nothing to do on the weekends then you can just chill out and play other gamers in the Live Beta. The Live Beta allows you to be in these 3 positions; The One, The Mob, or even the crowd. Challenge your mind and thoughts with other players. You can see who will be the "leader" of the crowd you joined. Or simply start your own party and invite your friend for a fun filled weekend!

"What if i can't play the Live Beta on the weekends?" Well sadly the Live Beta allows win great prizes, you have way more chances to win prizes in the Live Beta. If you don't have a scheduled time for the Live Beta on the weekends, you can still earn yourself entries for other prizes in their "Community Extended Play" on the weekdays. Here's the list of the fun you get to have on the weekdays.

Community Written: Every monday night, they take question that YOU can submit. They will then put the questions that are chosen and put them on the Monight show. With credit towards your Xbox Live Gamertag, you can brag and say, "I know the answer to that question, it's mine idiots".

He Said-She Said: Wednesday nights are the night where you put your gender on the line. That's right folks, in this extended play you can have fun in your party and defend your gender, so if you answer "like a girl!" Then we have proof you answered the question with the correct or incorrect answer.

In The News: "In breaking news..." That's right folks, every thursday night if the "In the News" extended play. On this night, players will be answering question that came straight out headlines. This will allow gamers that read/watch the news every morning get a chance to answer before everyone else. So are you "reportedly" able to answer? I think Yes!

So far 1 vs. 100 Beta has be a huge hit to Xbox Live players. It has brought the fun of you using your XBL Avatar and place them in the scene. It's truly is a great experience to use your brains you learned from school and answer these questions. Amping (or in other words; cheering, excited, etc.) while waiting for the show to begin or even when it has, allows the other players to see you're definately pumped for the event.

What can be a negative aspect in such a great experience? The questions keep appearing the same. I've the same question being asked various times during each show. If you're in a party, players may throw you off by saying, "I think the answer is..." After a few hours, you may feel tired and bored from the game. So, you become bored with it very easily.

In overall i found the beta to be a great experience for XBL users. It's nothing too valuable for a trivia game, it's the same concept, "Answer the questions, win points in hopes you win that round" I rate this game a B-

the answer above is "A" Streak is preserved if you pressed "Y"


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