To play this quiz pack, the PlayStation®Store country it is purchased from must match the country in which your Buzz!™ game was purchased.
Fingers on buzzers… How many hearts does an octopus have? Which sea creature can grow a new set of teeth in 24 hours? What’s the oldest age that a lobster has ever reached?
Stuffed to the gills with deep sea data and nifty nautical knowledge, the National Geographic Undersea Quiz will soon sort out the clownfish from the starfish in your household.
So if you know your turtles from your terrapins, and your bluefins from your blue whales, simply download this National Geographic Undersea Quiz – an additional quiz pack for Buzz!™ – to add it directly to your in-game carousel; then dive in and tackle over 500 teasing questions about the oceans of the world.
Reminder: in order to use this download, you need to own a Buzz!™ game on Blu-ray Disc.
NOTE: information correct at time of publication.
Full Game Support:
1-8 Players, HDTV screen resolution: 720p, 2-4 Network Players, Buzz!™ Buzzers required
TERMS OF SERVICE
Download is subject to the PLAYSTATION®Network Terms of Service/User Agreement and any specific additional conditions applying to this item. If you do not wish to accept these terms, do not download this item. One time fee for use of downloads on up to 2 activated compatible Home Console* systems.
* See Terms of Service for further information.
Buzz!™: Quiz TV©2007 Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Published by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Developed by Relentless Software Ltd. Buzz! and the Buzz! logo are trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. All rights reserved.
Buzz!™: TV Visa©2007 Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Published by Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Developed by Relentless Software Ltd. Buzz! and the Buzz! logo are trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. All rights reserved.
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