Buy You Don't Know Jack. It doesn't matter what platform you're buying it on its a good solid enjoyable game that you can go back to time and time again.
The audio for the game is fantastic, with a surround sound system you almost feel like you are sitting in a game show studio.
The visuals are awesome: There wasn't one thing I thought could have been better. You will get a kick out of the question transitions.
Cookie is hilarious as usual: His questions, comments in between questions, and his statements to wrong or right answers will always get at least a giggle.
You'll walk away with more knowledge than you started, every time: that's right, you'll learn something while you're playing.
The PC version of You Don't Know Jack lacks the online multiplayer that the 360 and PS3 versions offer.
It has been quite some time since the purple jewel case containing my copy of You Don't Know Jack: The Ride, has left its shelf. That particular copy has seen a large majority of my computer systems. Looking back I can still see myself sitting in my computer cubby, playing the game over and over again for hours. By the time it hit its final resting place on my game shelf, I wouldn't be surprised if I knew all the answers to all the questions in the game.