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Jeopardy And Wheel Of Fortune Xbox 360 Games Set For US Release

Two recent listings on Xbox.com has detailed both Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune for release to North American Xbox 360 gamers.

Both games are virtual versions of their US TV show counter-parts and will feature the voice overs of the American presenters for both shows in the games that are due to release in October 2012. Although the game’s are yet to be “officially” announced from THQ Inc, they will feature both offline and online multiplayer modes.

Xbox.com / Jeopardy

Join Alex Trebeck and play as a contestant on “America’s Favorite Quiz Show!®” Test your trivia knowledge to make it to Final Jeopardy and the coveted Winner’s Circle!

Xbox.com / Wheel of Fortune

Spin the wheel along with Pat Sajak and Vanna White on the virtual version of America’s game!

There doesn’t seem to be any indication that the game’s will be released outside of the US.

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  • tamfas

    bought the wheel of fortune – does not update all profiles when playing only the person who has controller 1 – stupid – or am I doing something wrong because when my husband and I played – we both have profiles – both signed in – it only updates the person holding controller 1 even if the person on controller 2 wins – bad glich – don't they test this stuff before they release it. Canada Nov.23.2012

  • http://www.thisisxbox.com/ Jason

    I'm based in the UK and it's not been released over here from THQ – what a bad glitch though, surely you'd think a tester would have noticed that!