The Weakest Link
It's got the music. It's got the format. It's even got the ice-cold host herself, Anne Robinson. But perhaps surprisingly, what Activision's game of The Weakest Link also has is plenty of entertainment value. The game closely mirrors the format of the hit BBC quiz show it's based on; players answer questions, bank money, and at the end of each round vote off the weakest player.
CAN THE TEAM BANK ON YOU? Experience what it's like to be under the onslaught of quick-fire questions. Test your general knowledge. Gain points by answering questions quickly and correctly Strategically bank as many points as you can and try not to let your team down. Remember, it's votes that count so if the team feels you are costing them points then you are the weakest link.
Anne Robinson hosts the weakest link interactive DVD quiz. Fun for all the family to play. One to nine players can play simultaneously. The aim is to survive until the end and not be voted off.
The Weakest Link really is a cruel little quiz. Which is why it's compulsive viewing. Almost invariably the winner is the strategist with scant general knowledge and no great intellect, who rides on the coat tales of his or her brighter team-mates before ditching them at the last hurdle. Built up by the BBC as the answer to ITV's Who Wants to be a Millionnaire?, The Weakest Link is actually much better entertainment and it could well run forever--witness the speed with which television producers around the world have lifted the format without tinkering.