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We can't really help you be smarter at earning money while playing Jellyvision's hilarious quiz bowl You Don't Know Jack -- but we can help you save money while acquiring said title: GameStop's marked down the Wii, PS3 and 360 versions of the inquisitive party game to $19.99....

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March 5, 2011 at 2:30PM
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Many of you probably do not, in fact, know Jack. Though the "irreverent quiz show party game" was once overwhelming in presence, You Don't Know Jack has been the recipient of precisely one retail release (2003's YDKJ: The Lost Gold) in the past 11 years. Now, the cult classic has finally made...

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You've waited eight years for a proper You Don't Know Jack, so can you wait an additional two weeks for the return of Cookie Masterson, without feeling like you're being screwed? THQ sure hopes so: The publisher has delayed the game's new iteration (appearing on 360, PS3, Wii, DS and PC) from Janua...

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Regardless of the game's title, we actually do know a little bit more this morning about You Don't Know Jack's triumphant return. THQ has confirmed the game will be heading to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo Wii and DS on January 25, 2011. Unlike the recent GameStop listing, no mention is made of...

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Remember the difficult keyboard-sharing procedures you and your friends had to adopt when playing the original You Don't Know Jack with three players? If the GameStop listing for the upcoming entry into the trivia franchise is correct, you won't have to keep in such close proximity this time arou...

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Here's why it's important to beat the ESRB when spilling details on your game. We were so excited to see a listing for THQ's revamped You Don't Know Jack on Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 ... until we read the description and examples of YDKJ's "crude humor." "The ending credits contain audio c...

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A little part of gaming history died when the final You Don't Know Jack episode went live on Jellyvision's website. Fortunately, if you thought that was the end of the long run for the classic quiz games, then you don't ... well, you know. As originally heard on the Giant Bomb podcast and later con...

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Now, see, we were pretty certain that nobody was still working for Jellyvision -- however, we wouldn't be willing to risk a pricey copyright infringement suit over that assertion. According to the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, Aflac recently drew the ire of the developer by designing a new web-based pr...

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We couldn't be more excited about this news, so brace yourself: Jellyvision, creators of the You Don't Know Jack series, are coming back to the games business. As new head of Jellyvision Games Mike Bilder said in a recent release, the company's mission is now to "build huge new brands that run on...

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If in-game statistics are to be believed, most of you don't know jack about the new, online version of You Don't Know Jack. Something is seriously wrong with the state of gaming when even the most-played editions of the funniest, cleverest, and overall best trivia quiz ever created can...

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