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Ubisoft Ships Price Is Right & Family Feud Video Games

October 1, 2009


The Price is Right 2010 Edition and Family Feud 2010 Edition Now on Store Shelves

Ubisoft today announced the official launch of two new classic game show titles: The Price is Right 2010 Edition and Family Feud 2010 Edition. Both games are currently available for the Wii system from Nintendo, the Nintendo DS and Windows-based PC, and feature single- or multiplayer modes so that more people can get in on the fun and play together. Additionally, each game allows players to design and customize their own personal avatar and also offers a host of special unlockable content to reward players as they progress. The games have been created by Ludia and are licensed by FremantleMedia Enterprises (FME).

Just like on the top-rated TV show, the Family Feud 2010 Edition game pits two families against each other in a contest to name the most popular responses to survey-type questions posed to 100 people. The game includes all the familiar and favorite elements of the show such as the scoreboard, face-offs, strikes, stealing and fast money rounds. Authentic stages, theme music and game sounds create a true-to-show game experience, and thousands of questions keep gameplay fresh for hours of entertainment that friends and family of all ages can enjoy. Additionally, a new text input feature allows for even faster and more intuitive gameplay. The automatic spell checker will correct spelling, predictive text input makes typing answers lightning fast, and synonyms / concepts are grouped together to produce correct answers when a response is close enough to the survey answer.

Now packed with even more popular pricing games than ever (including Golden Road, Safe Crackers, Secret X and many more) plus tons of new and upgraded game graphics and customizable avatars, The Price Is Right 2010 Edition is the closest that fans can come to Contestant's Row, the Big Wheel & the Showcase without actually being on the show. Featuring two distinct game modes (Classic, where contestants must win at Contestant's Row before getting access to pricing games and Three Strikes, where contestants get three tries to make it on stage to play pricing games), there are hours of fun to be had for the entire family.

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