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The host "Lucky McCoy" is super weird looking, long arms, hands oversized, strange movements. All the characters are strange like that, sort of like nightmare fuel if you look at their faces too long while they talk. Random characters have weird heads (like a cat head?). Game is slow because you can't skip Lucky's banter and bad puns. The question and answer part is ok. Some odd answers though like, "name something with wings you wouldn't want to land on you" #1 answer is plane. This game isn't worth more than $20 in my opinion. If you LOVE family feud I guess it would be worth the money, if you're iffy on it like us than yeah, wait for it to go on sale.
Je suis déçu du jeu. J'ai prit la peine de demander s'il y avait FRANÇAIS comme langage et on m'a repondu OUI quand ce n'est absolument pas le cas. Le jeu n'est qu'en anglais malgré que même sur la pochette c'est inscrit en français et anglais. Même dans les options de langage de paramètre on ne peut le changer.Dommage et je ne peux pas y jouer. Je suis déçu d'UBISOFT qui pourtant est basé à Montréal.
Ubisoft has delivered yet another adaptation of a worldwide game show with the 2021 edition of Family Feud (the software itself is called "Family Feud 2021", suggesting that there is more to come), allowing two families to compete, accommodating anywhere between 2 to 10 players in local multiplayer (though one can act a host on behalf of everybody else). I won't elaborate on the concept of the game show as this information can easily be found elsewhere.
Impressively, the answers have all been voiced (that is, those that can be sought via auto-complete), however, auto-complete arguably also makes the game far easier than it should be, though it can be turned off. The medium CPU difficulty is perhaps the closest to reality as the hard difficulty almost always gets the answers right without fail (a common problem with CPUs in quiz games), which makes the experience feel unfair and less realistic, especially when the CPU makes obscure guesses from the get-go. Even the so-called easy difficulty will give players a run for their money. The CPU guesses are also quite broad and fitting, which is also quite impressive, and there have been situations where both myself and the CPU have been stumped by a few surveys.
There is a surprisingly robust character customisation mode, but unfortunately, you are limited to storing just 10 characters, which is extremely short-sighted of Ubisoft. The software should have allowed for at least 50-100 characters to be stored at a time (similar to Miis) so that time wouldn't be wasted on having to create a new set of characters (and/or recreated) every time one intends to play with a different group of friends/family.
The game also crashed in the last round on my first play through (which did not bode well for the overall quality of the software) though I have played about 20 games since without any issues. The graphics are serviceable, but unimpressive (resolution aside, the graphics are mid-tier Wii quality), but they otherwise do a good job of replicating the look and feel of the show, and the virtual host does a good enough job of breathing life in to the proceedings.
All in all, a decent début on Switch, but a little rough around the edges (typical of Ubisoft's efforts). Loses two stars due to the software crashing during my first game, the relatively large day one patch (quality control being a common problem with Ubisoft's products, as games like this shouldn't have patches at all, let alone such large ones), choppy performance for such a simple game, and the 10 character creation limit. Quiz and party game lovers looking for a more laid back experience are likely to get a kick out of this. While I am not a fan of the television series in question (which has since been axed in Australia), I have really enjoyed this video game adaptation. I suppose some games are just more fun to play in person than they are to watch. There are also in-built streaming options for those who want to take the game to Twitch/YouTube.
Highly recommended for families and quiz fans of all ages. Here's hoping that any future installments will improve upon this promising foundation. The game is import-friendly, and the survey questions aren't particularly America-centric like many quiz games tend to be, so Australian/European fans shouldn't hesitate to pick this up if after a physical copy.