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Author: honestgamer (Mod)
Posted: February 21, 2021 (11:06 PM)
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I was thinking about playing this game today, as my wife was binging "Wheel of Fortune" episodes on Netflix and I have the two-pack from Ubisoft that includes their versions of both Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! for Switch. I've played versions of Wheel of Fortune going back to the NES (Rare developed early versions of both TV shows for GameTek), so I was hopeful I would have a pretty decent time. This review does a good job of warning me not to expect that, though I wouldn't have minded a little more depth in description. For instance, how is the AI merciless? Does it solve puzzles too quickly, or avoid the Bankrupt space too easily? I didn't really see any grammatical issues throughout the text, with the exception of the last line. It seems to me the period should be outside the closing parentheses symbol, but that's a very small thing and the review was cleanly written without lingering so long as to bore potential readers. Thanks for sharing your impressions!


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