The Nintendo Wii is the model system for a game like Smarty Pants—if the game were more fun. EA's attempt at Trivial Pursuit never manages to go beyond the ordinary. The graphics and sound are bland and lack party atmosphere; the shooting and dancing mini-games are lame; and even the spinner fails to function properly. The question selection isn't bad (there's about 20,000 Qs in all), but still that doesn't justify the game's $50 price tag.
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