XBLA Wednesday: November 23rd, 2011 [UPDATE]

By Mark Delaney, 7 years ago

The official Facebook page for the game reveals more information that we were waiting for. First, it will be 800 MSP with additional DLC priced separately.

(*sniffles*)...And secondly, American, Mexican, and Canadian trivia-phile's fears seem to have been answered. Like many of you discussed in the comments, it seems evident now that this game (*sniffles*)... is not available in North America. Following the link to the Facebook page's info tab reveals the disappointing news. Even on their Twitter, it has been confirmed. Sorry North American fans. I was really looking forward to this one myself.


This week, the XBLA marketplace welcomes one of the most popular game shows of all time, with the added bonus of a South Park themed expansion pack.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?: Special Editions

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?: Special Editions will act as a standalone game that will contain a plethora of general trivia questions. The game will support four-player couch co-op and online leaderboards to compare your scores with friends. However, the game's true merits are found in developer Doublesix Games' commitment to themed DLC. The first theme pack will feature South Park questions, as well as characters and settings straight out of the adult cartoon.

At time of writing, the game's price is unknown. It also isn't yet clear if the South Park theme pack will come free with the regular game; it seems unlikely though, as it is just the first in many future add-ons. This post will surely be updated as soon as more is revealed leading up to release day this Wednesday.

Will you be picking this trivia game up? If so, what future themed DLC are you hoping for?
Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. He's the Editorial Manager on TA, loves story-first games, and is one of three voices on the TA Playlist podcast. Outside of games he likes biking, sci-fi, the NFL, and spending time with his fiancée and son. He almost never writes in the third person.