You Don't Know Jack
The voiceovers are excellent as always, if a bit long winded at times, which can be annoying since you can't skip through anything in this game including the opening screen where the announcer tells you that you're playing You Don't Know Jack: 5th Dementia for those that are confused. But for everything else, the host has a very sarcastic way about him that's impossible not to like. And the sound is really why everyone likes to play this particular series of trivia games anyway. With voice work for every question and situation in the game, it's really fun to see what the host will say next.
There are 600 new questions to keep you busy for a while. Questions are divided into themes so you'll know if you're playing something that you've already heard the answers to. Almost all of the questions are multiple choice, but there are a few other special types of question games that make things a little easier. Those who have played a YDKJ game before will be familiar with most of them like anagrams, fill-in-the-blank, and gibberish questions. There is a new question type to deal with as well called bug out where little bugs will run onto the screen and say a word in a high pitched, "bug voice," I guess is the only way to say it. If the word doesn't go with the clue you are given, you have to buzz in to squash the little guy.