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Has fitness boxing ever come back in stock, it seems to be sold out everywhere in physical copies
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Presentation in Jeopardy is 100% lacking and games do take forever. Also it is multiple choice of 4 questions, which makes it easy if you have any idea about the clue. WoF is decent.
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Really don't bother, all the Ubisoft games for board games and game shows are really awful. I got jeopardy for like five dollars on xbox and I still feel ripped off- there's no Alex Trebek which is half the charm, and questions started repeating on my third or fourth game. really really low-quality
Not sure why you're getting downvoted for your honest opinion, some people might want to hear this. Not only is there no Trebek, there's also no Jeopardy style to it either. The board isn't even the classic Jeopardy blue board of categories. The only thing Jeopardy about this is the core gameplay, which isn't really possible to be 100% true either, due to the multiple choice nature of the questions. Also, there should be four possible answers to each one instead of the 3. If someone gets it wrong other players have a mere coin flip at the answer.

Wheel Of Fortune is even worse in my opinion, but at least holds a little more true to its classic style, but again no Sajak or Vanna White.

That being said, if you're super bored and just looking for a cheap option to fulfill your game show cravings, it does work for that at $15. Playing the daily challenge every day in Jeopardy is fun. I wouldn't pay a dime more at these things production values though.
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If this is anything like the mobile versions, they're absolute crap. Really, really, really bad shovelware.
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Both Jeopardy and WoF are TERRIBLE iterations of the games. Not worth it even at $5. We saw repeat answers on our second session of jeopardy.
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Wheel of Fortune sucks, but in ways that don't really make it un-fun. We play it all the time. Highly recommend.
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Just bought Wheel of Fortune/Jeopardy and Hasbro Game night (Monopoly/Risk/Trivial Pursuit) from Target.com. Price matched to BestBuy.com. My nearest target just had one of the games in stock. The next nearest one had both in stock but was 7 miles away.

Figured I'll just get it shipped. Since the original price at Target comes to $40, you get free 2-day shipping. Did price-match via chat. One needs to be patient, but it's not too bad. Faster (and nowadays safer) than driving down. Also, I had 5% birthday coupon, and with Red Card, brought the price further down.
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I got Jeopardy on sale for $7. It was absolutely not worth it.

It's a shame they called this Jeopardy, it should be called a Jeopardy-like trivia game.

I understand if you can't get Alex Trebek to read the clues at this point in his life, but not only is Alex Trebek not there, no one reads the clues at all, not even the generic host. To me that's a huge part of the game Jeopardy, you get read the answer and you buzz in and give the question. This is just a multiple choice trivia game, and a mediocre one at that.
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Both Jeopardy and WoF are TERRIBLE iterations of the games. Not worth it even at $5. We saw repeat answers on our second session of jeopardy.
My sentiments exactly.
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Wheel of Fortune is an OK representation of the game show. Jeopardy, aside from the grid layout for point values, is nothing like the show.

I'm not sure about repeating questions.

I paid $15 for it, probably wouldn't pay that had I known what it's really like.
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