Trivial Pursuit - Let Loose!

Global release
October 2005

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Trivial Pursuit, the famous game from Hasbro, has a new Interactive DVD edition: Trivial Pursuit Let Loose, the game dedicated to the MTV generation!
Trivial Pursuit have been successful for 20 years: more than 88 million games have been sold, in 26 countries and 17 languages
With Trivial Pursuit Let Loose, you will for the first time play Trivial Pursuit on your TV, without board, and test your trivia knowledge of movies, TV, video games and music as well as wild and wacky footage from sports, daredevil stunts and never-seen before hilarious clips and spoofs.
Now make your teams and start having fun!

WIDE VARIETY OF GAMEPLAYS

Featuring wild and wacky footage clips that break the traditional Trivial Pursuit mould, this DVD game challenges your mates to dares, gross games, unbelievable facts and much more. There are a wide variety of types of puzzles and questions:

  • Multiple choices questions
  • Picture and fact associations
  • Odd man out
  • Revealing pictures
  • Reversed song
  • “What happens next ?” movie questions
  • Dare mini-games
  • And lots of others!

CONTAINS REAL BITES OF YOUNG ADULTS’ AUDIOVISUAL CULTURE

Including footage from blockbuster movies such as Fight Club and Bridget Jones Diary, famous video clips, and video games like Tomb Raider to name just a few, this DVD game is also enriched by presenter Danann Breathnach well known from Hollyoaks & MTV who adds to the laughs with his cheeky comments on your answers.
Music, movies, series, celebs and a presenter: like TV, on TV, but totally interactive and fun!

ALREADY AVAILABLE IN THREE OTHER COUNTRIES

Trivial Pursuit Let Loose has been localized under the name Trivial Pursuit Xtrem in France, Italy, and Spain, each version featuring a local TV presenter. 

NO SPECIFIC PLAYER NEEDED

Interactive DVD Trivial Pursuit Let Loose simply plays with a DVD Player and a remote control, and is of course compatible with Xbox and PS2, as well as a PC with a DVD reader.