Hosted by John O'Hurley (J. Peterman from Seinfeld), the Emmy award-winning show continues to be one of the top-rated game shows on the air today.
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Custom Avatars - Design your avatar from head to toe, including body, facial features, hair and clothes.
Text Entry Assistance with spell check, predictive text, and concept grouping so that you'll get the answer right even if it's not exact!
Premium graphics - 3D models, enhanced interactivity, and detailed set and game design to match the modern look and feel of the show.
Family Feud 2010 Edition is rated
3.2 out of
Rated 4 out of
Family Feud; Low-Quality Family FunHigh replay ability, low quality of user interface. No game options or modes, simply the same game each time with different questions. It’s a good party game. The answer timer is too short, in my opinion.
Date published: 2019-04-07
Rated 4 out of
Fun if you've got someone to play withSingle player is not the way to go in this game. Family Feud is a FAMILY game and I play it with my dad. It's a lot of fun if you like the TV show. The questions are pretty good and I havent seen that much repeat. If you like the TV show and you've got a friend or family member that will play it than get it!
Date published: 2012-01-02
Rated 3 out of
It's okay..This game is very fun but I finished it quite quickly. I memorized ALL of the surveys and the answers, so it still is kinda fun.
Date published: 2011-12-18
Rated 1 out of
Sucks!!This game sucks me and my mom bought it thinking it would be fun. We started playing it thought it sucked. I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone. Don't by it!
Date published: 2010-12-11
Rated 4 out of
Fun GameI thought this game was really fun when you're playing with a friend or a family member. It works just like the actual game show on television. It feels like you are actually one of the contestants and have to think of an answer to give to match the board. This game can also be played alone; however, I do not recommend that as it will get boring fast. This game works best in a party-style because you can have people shouting out answers for fun, and it just creates a fun-filled dynamic feeling. Some cons of the game are that there is no host to be seen on the show. There is the host's voice which guides you and tells you what to do, but the actual host himself does not show up in the game (which is slightly disappointing). Overall: This game is worth at least a rental. Fans of the show will love it, and people who are new to this game will not leave disappointed.
Date published: 2010-06-21
Rated 2 out of
Nurse M. Ratched RN from
Eh ...I was so excited to get this game because I had loved it growing up and have played pc versions of this game. I was VERY dissapointed with this game. The face offs are cool, but the rest of the game is disappointing. I wasn't sure how they were going to have you spell your answers without a keyboard but in this game, you have to point to letters to spell your answer. The problem is that it auto-suggests 4 answers and it is almost cheating because if you want to say something and it doesn't come up, you know it's not the right answer. For example, if you want to say "stop sign" and "stop, stove, stopping, and stomping" come up as choices, you know "stop sign" is not an answer on the board. I beat the game in less then a week (playing a game or two a night after work). I figured after I unlocked the 6 or 9 games, it would have another screen or something to unlock further but it didn't. Too short of a game for the cost - I already sold it back.