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Press Your Luck: 2010 Edition
"It's coming to me now, there's crappy graphics and game play in your future!" - Game Show Garbage
Genre(s): Trivia
Platform(s): Microsoft Windows
Nintendo DS
PlayStation 3
Release: iOS
April 6, 2010
Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS
October 27, 2009
PlayStation 3
August 24, 2010
Developer(s): Ludia
Virtuos (PS3)
Publisher(s): Ubisoft
Ludia (iOS)
Country: Canada
Series: Press Your Luck
Predecessor: Press Your Luck: The Interactive DVD Game (2006)

Press Your Luck: 2010 Edition[1] is a video game released in 2009 and is the third video game adaption based on the TV show, Press Your Luck, the first being GameTek's 1988 MS-DOS adaption; the second being the 2006 Interactive DVD game.

Why It Should Be Whammied Out

  1. Lack of Mii support, as with many of Ludia's titles.
  2. Uninteresting Big Board; only 3 different boards. One board has the lowest amount on the 4 square, and no whammies. The 2nd board has the middle amount on the 4 square and two whammies and the last board has the big number up top and seven whammies sprawled out. The Round 2 board is the same, just with more money.
  3. The Wii version's glitches, including a non-looping board sound.
  4. Some questions are no-brainers, including what 6 times 6 is, but the AI answer them incorrectly. Um, Ludia...It's called "artificial intelligence" for a reason...
  5. Annoying host. He says the same things without any change of tone or wording.
  6. Bad graphics, even for seventh generation standards.
  7. Like the Interactive DVD game released 3 years earlier, the Whammies don't have nearly as much charm or personality as the old ones.
  8. Only one prize on the board in the Wii version; a trip, which has a set value of $3,000 in round 1 and $4,000 in round 2.

The Only Redeeming Quality

  1. Unlike the 2006 DVD game, this game is much more faithful to the source material, despite the flaws this game has.



  1. The iOS and PlayStation 3 versions are simply known as Press Your Luck


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