Scene It?: TV Edition
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Two DVDs, more trivia and more on-screen challenges will keep your family and friends glued to the set play after play. With 50 years of TV packed into one DVD game, the TV Edition of Scene It? is the quintessential television trivia game. From Leave it to Beaver and The Brady Bunch to Alias and Malcolm in the Middle, Scene It? Deluxe TV Edition will keep players tuning in for hours of TV entertainment.
Players: 2 or more
Time: 30 - 60 minutes
Ages: 13 and up
Weight: 1,496 grams
In order to play Scene It?: TV Edition, you will have to provide a TV, DVD player, and remote.
Language Requirements: Game components are printed in English. Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. This is a domestic item.
- 1 Game DVD
- 1 Bonus DVD
- 1 Game Board
- 6 Collectible Metal Tokens
- 200 Trivia Cards
- 30 Buzz Cards
- 4 Category Reference Cards
- 1 Six-Sided Numbered Die
- 1 Eight-Sided Category
- Instruction Sheet
Average Rating: 3 in 1 review
As I've said before, I really like DVD games. The idea of adding TV clips to trivia is very enjoyable. The problem is just the nature of the Scene It franchise. What I like about the game is watching the TV clips. What I don't like about the game is reading the questions on the cards. It just feels too much like an average ordinary trivia game.
So without going into too much detail, let me just list some pluses and minuses:
- TV edition still involves more card reading than clip viewing (Shout About TV is much better).
- TV edition is more widely enjoyed by my circle of friends because more people watch TV on a regular basis, than they do movies.
- The clips are usually a lot of fun, and make for an entertaining time, that's why this game still retains 3 stars.
A note on this and other Scene It games: Some DVD players do not possess a randomizer, so the clips will always play in the same order. The TV edition is the first in the series that was set up so that you can choose different chapters during setup. This makes it so you don't have to worry about repeating clips. This was a big bonus when playing at my dad's house, since his DVD won't randomize at all and we were always seeing the same clips.