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Buzz! Quiz TV PS3

Buzz, Quiz TV is the next installment of the popular series. The main novelty of the PlayStation 3 edition is to take advantage of the network capabilities of Japan's latest desktop platform.

Party | quiz | family | splitscreen | PlayStation exclusive titles

Buzz! Quiz TV Release Date PS3


developer: Relentless Software publisher: Sony Interactive Entertainment Official website

English language game language: English

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At GDC 2007 when Phil Harrison talked about the next generation of games being about player choice, we knew exactly how this applied to Buzz!

No longer need the player be limited to the questions we've put on the disc; now they can play whatever quiz they like. Whether your penchant is for Kylie Minogue or The Simpsons, Natural Geographic or Formula 1, there'll be content for you.

In fact, there'll even be content specifically for you and your friends and family if you like. With the 'MyBuzz' feature you can create your own quizzes to share with as many people as you'd like through the dedicated website. Think of yourself as the ultimate Quizmaster? Let others playing the quizzes you've made be the judge - every quiz can be rated and ranked for all to see.

We've also added a Sofa vs. Sofa game mode which lets your household pit their wits against other teams online. You might be the Buzz! champion in your household but will you be able to organise your players into a unbeatable quiz machine? Remember: there's no I in team.

All this, of course, is in glorious high definition - and with wireless buzzers thrown into the mix it's surely the most exciting Buzz! yet.

Last updated on 18 April 2008

Game mode: single / multiplayer   Multiplayer mode: Internet  

User score: 7.8 / 10 based on 251 votes.

PEGI rating Buzz! Quiz TV

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty. Game contains depictions of violence.
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