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Who Wants to Beat up a Millionaire - Sega Dreamcast - DAMAGED & DISCOUNTED

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Original price $29.95
Original price $29.95 - Original price $29.95
Original price $29.95
Current price $14.95
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There is a deep cut / crack / damage on the case and artwork. The damage will vary from product to product. The product is still factory sealed and the disc would be untouched and unplayed.

 

The objective of the game is to answer multiple-choice questions correctly, by using a buzzer to answer. Following this, the player assaults another player's character. The objective of the game is to assault another player sufficiently so that they drop off the game's ladder, a parody of the real show's question ladder. The last player is the winner.

Like its more serious (and non-violent) real-life counterpart, Who Wants to Beat Up a Millionaire? gives the contestants "lifelines" (also known in-game as "lifeboats") to help them out if they get stumped. The three lifeboats are:

One or the other: Eliminates two incorrect answers, analogous to the 50:50 lifeline on the real game show.
Pass the buck and chicken out: Give the question to another contestant or swap the question out for a new one, analogous to the Switch the Question lifeline on the original show.
Fortune cookie: Gives the player a hint.