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The Jackbox Party Pack 8 is another splendid serving of mini-game madness. There’s nothing radically new or different here, but the same established formula works as well as ever, especially when your mates are up for a game or two.
The Jackbox Party Pack 7 on Xbox One is a solid entry in the long-running series. Two games need an in-person or private chat to be enjoyed to their fullest abilities, but the other three titles not only fit well into streaming, but they are also delightfully fun to play.
There’s only way one to road test a Jackbox Party Pack. Get some friends round, crack the beers open and let the antics begin.
The Jackbox Party Pack 5 arrives at just the right time as the temperature cools down, moving the party from the garden to back inside the house, bringing with it five games that can be controlled through your mobile phone. This time, they aren’t all trivia-based either – this sequel also includes a rhyming game based on freestyle rapping and a physics-based game.
With three previous Jackbox Party Packs all now available on Xbox One and other consoles, have the team at Jackbox pushed things too far with a fourth edition? Well, I’m here to tell you that answer - and for the most part, it’s all good!
The nights are getting colder and longer, there’s not much point venturing out now winter has arrived. It’s probably best you gather round with friends and family for a spot of fun and laughter. Board games can take an awfully long time to get going, so you’re far better off on console, which just happens to have a new party game in its library. After achieving a relatively positive response to their first and second packs, Jackbox Games are back with a third title. Can The Jackbox Party Pack 3 deliver a party experience worth delving into? Or will you be forced to locate that dusty old Monopoly?
The original Jackbox Party Pack was a pretty good example of how you can play with many, without owning a truck load of controllers and ultimately have a good old laugh. Now there’s a follow up, The Jackbox Party Pack 2, but will it be a fitting sequel or have we already seen the best that Jackbox Games has to offer?
The Jackbox Party Pack is here to raise hell, get everyone having fun and provide unorthodox party games. Will it make you want to party all night, every night?
The party season is coming and, hopefully, we'll be able to spend time with others, downing a few beers, eating too much food and playing a ton of video games. One of those that should be on your gaming list is The Jackbox Party Pack 8.
What The Dub?! on Xbox is a one-trick pony, then, but it’s a trick that will keep you and up to five friends cracking up for a good hour or two. Whether you come back to it is another question, but seeing straight-faced actors spouting your drivel is probably worth that low price of admission.
Papa's Quiz on Xbox is probably the textbook definition of a fine game. It does exactly what it sets out to accomplish, and while the UI, presentation and minor design issues do hold it back from being something more, this is still a solid trivia game.
You have to wonder how many people have been giggling along to Quiplash, Fibbage and Drawful during the pandemic. The Jackbox Party Games are the perfect antidote to these locked down times, and they’re made for wedging into the middle of a video conference call. Into all of this comes The Jackbox Party Pack 7, perfectly placed to capitalise on households who just need a good laugh. The Jackbox Party Pack 7 launches today on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC via Steam.
The folks over at Jackbox Games are back on the scene with five new games brought together in The Jackbox Party Pack 6. Will there be enough fun concepts here to consider it as an option for your next social gathering?
Grab your phones, tablets or computers and prepare for the party starter you’ve been crying out for with the arrival of the fifth instalment of Jackbox Games’ infamous Party Packs.
With the Jackbox Party Packs storming ahead in the console party scene, and numerous indie developers rocking up with quick local hitters to keep the masses entertained, you may well think that there isn’t room for another party spectacular to thrive. But when you have a rich history of fun-bringers in your team’s history - Buzz! anyone? - then chances are the game in question will be something promising.
If there is anything better than sitting down with the fun of a Jackbox Party pack, then it has to be the chance to receive double, triple and quadruple the fun. Today that is exactly what is happening as the Jackbox Party Quadpack has arrived on Xbox One.
There are times when all you need to do is put down the first person shooters, walk away from the huge open worlds and jump out of the fastest racing cars, in order to grab a laugh or two. That is where the Jackbox Party Pack comes in... in particular the Jackbox Party Pack 4.
Party games aren't going to appeal to all, but in those times of need - think family get togethers, Xmas gatherings and New Year parties - they can be an invaluable tool to keeping the masses entertained. Much of their draw is the ease in which they can be picked up and played, needing to be suitable for all ages, from the very youngest, right up to granny sitting in the corner. Whilst Use Your Words is obviously only really playable by those who can spell, from that point on it is about as good as you allow it to be. Think you’re funny? Great. Have absolutely no wit? Use Your Words caters for you too!
If you're looking for a good time and haven't previously dipped into the magical world of The Jackbox Party Packs, then today is a good day - for all three party games have been bundled into one huge deal!
We've partaken in the fun with the first pack and we've enjoyed the games found in the second. Now though Jackbox Games are back as they drop The Jackbox Party Pack 3 onto Xbox One.
Grab a couple of chairs, invite your friends over and bring some modern technology because there’s a new party game in town. Developers Jackbox Games have released a sequel to the Jackbox Party Pack game, Drawful, but this time it’s coming as a standalone title. Can Drawful 2 be the perfect way to get the party started or is there not enough bang for the buck for it to be a viable entertainment provider?
Jackbox Games have today announced two new titles planned for a 2016 release. Step forward Drawful 2 and The Jackbox Party Pack 3.
It's time to have some fun as the second Jackbox Party Pack drops onto the Xbox One Games Store.
Silly season is coming and very soon a whole plethora of new Xbox games will be vying for the minutes of your life. But before we get there, a host of other titles are still available, more than happy to jump to the fore and keep you busy. It's the games in the Xbox Deals With Gold Sale that will be of most interest, with their cheap, highly discounted price points making them ever more appealing. The question is, what will you be picking up from the Deals With Gold sale that is running between the 7th-13th September 2021?