A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Some of the pricing games force players to gamble, albeit with virtual money and prizes. And female models as shown as simply window-dressing for the many prizes offered, in subordinate roles to the male host.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
The Price Is Right female models fawn over the many prizes, striking poses that often come off as somewhat sexual.
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Products & Purchases
This is a spin-off of the popular television game show of the same name. Like the show, it features excessive branding. Virtually all of the pricing games involve one or more real world products, ranging from Toyota cars to La-Z-Boy chairs to Ragu pasta sauce. Each product is accompanied by its own ad-like description.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Among the products featured are vessels for alcoholic beverages.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is an interactive version of the decades-old The Price Is Right TV game show, and, much like the show, a wide variety of products -- ranging from calcium supplements and coffee mugs to trips and trailers -- are paraded across the screen. The good news is that, with few exceptions, virtually none of the products on display will be tantalizing to children. Parents should also be aware that the famed Price is Right models show up to fawn over many of the prizes, striking poses of that often come off as somewhat sexual.
Is It Any Good?
The biggest departure from the show is that there's no Bob Barker. Or even Drew Carey. A nameless, faceless host (the voice of whom some players may or may not recognize as belonging to current Price Is Right announcer Rich Fields) leads players through the game by speaking instructions. Much of the show's personality is lost as a result. Some authenticity is restored during prize descriptions and the showcase competitions, which feature the actual Price Is Right prize models.
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