Family Feud

PSX PlayStation Family Feud

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre:
Game Show
CDs:
1
Publisher:
Hasbro Interactive
Released:
October 16, 2000
Developer:
Artech Digital Studios
UPC:
0 76930 99331 6
Sony ID:
SLUS-01171
PSRM:
019140
Players:
1 to 2 Players
Memory:
2 Blocks
Accessories:
None
ESRB:
Everyone No Descriptors
Box Copy:

Your favorite game show features:

  • Match your answers to over 1,500 surveys.
  • Laugh along with host / comedian Louie Anderson.
  • Play Solo or Multi-Player
  • Create and Customize computer family members and opponents
  • Fun and Easy to Play

 

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Trivia

  • Louie Anderson is a pretty well known stand-up comic that was one of many hosts of Family Feud.
  • If you’re a slow typist, you can change the timer settings without penalty in the Options Menus.
  • The game requires a certain degree of honesty. If you were really playing with extra people, the two who play the Fast Money round would have access to each other’s answers unless one left the room.
  • Even though the board by this time was fully digital, they still animated the answer tiles to flip like they used to in the old days.
  • Despite that the game asks you for a family name and even descriptors for your kin, Louie never mentions any family by name. They are simply Team 1 and 2, or Family 1 and 2.
  • There is a minor snag in one of Louie’s video clips. As he spins and points, he stops his motion too soon, and you can tell the video cuts too soon to compensate for it.
  • Be ever vigilante in your typing skills – the game makes no allowances for even simple typos.
  • Family Feud’s opening movie intro does a poor job at hiding the video overlay. You can clearly tell there’s just an image of the host standing there when suddenly the video of him clicks in.
  • The ‘family’ on the cover shows better fake emotion than most game show hosts.

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