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Buzz! Quiz TV Previews - PS3

Buzz! Quiz TV
Game Description: Buzz!: Quiz TV gives you instant access to almost any subject you can think of, and is supported by vast downloadable and user-generated content. If there was ever a time to pick up Buzz!’s famous quiz show buzzer controllers, this is it.
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Buzz! Quiz TV Previews

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    Buzz! Quiz TV Producer Interview

    Interview with Buzz! Quiz TV Producer

    Posted: Aug 25, 2008


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    Buzz! Quiz TV Producer Interview

    Associate Producer Jenny Barbour takes some time to speak with G4tv.com about Sony's popular European quiz game, Buzz! Quiz TV for the PS3. Buzz! is scheduled to hit stateside September 23, 2008.

    Posted: Aug 25, 2008 | 794 Views | 02:55


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    Playstation 3 Powerhouse Lineup

    Sony shows off its finest current and upcoming titles like Metal Gear Solid 4, Ghostbusters, Resistance 2, The Agency, Naruto: Storm, Mirror's Edge, Guitar Hero World Tour, Killzone 2 and Fallout 3 and more.

    Posted: Jul 15, 2008 | 3,001 Views | 07:06 | 1 Comment


  • Buzz! Quiz TV Trailer

    Posted: October 27, 2008

    190 Views | 00:31

  • Buzz! Quiz TV Producer Interview

    Posted: August 25, 2008

    794 Views | 02:55

  • Playstation 3 Powerhouse Lineup

    Posted: July 15, 2008

    3,001 Views | 07:06 | 1 Comment

 


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