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By ESPN Staff
Nov 28, 2007

Manchester United - The Big Game DVD

This is one of those reviews where you really have to be a fan of the team involved to get the best out of the product.

My own allegiances lie a fair distance from Old Trafford but in passing Manchester United: The Big Game off to a number of Red Devils fans I know, the feedback has all been positive.

Firstly, and most importantly, the DVD is interactive. This makes it miles better than any other quiz on the market. There are video clips, challenges and a host of trivia questions to keep you going, along with the added bonus of revealing a member of United's All-Time Best Premiership XI everytime you pass onto the next stage.

You start with a 'team sheet' style selection, and have eleven options to choose from. These can involve guessing whether a free-kick ended up as a goal or not, to an in-depth look at each of United's players. Eventually if you get enough questions right then you get a chance to win Premier League tickets as well, so there's always an incentive.

A true United fan will breeze through the questions, although there are some that would test even the most ardent of fans.

And importantly with a DVD like this, there are hundreds of questions, so you can keep coming back without repeating the ones you've already got right. Furthermore, it doesn't give you the right answer when you get one wrong, so you can keep going through a host of questions before you find the right answer.

Commentary from Clive Tyldesley and an introduction from Sir Alex Ferguson himself gives the quiz some credibility, even if the boss does need some lessons in how to read an autocue. Fans will also be pleased to see plenty of action from through the ages, with the likes of Eric Cantona and Mark Hughes involved alongside Wayne Rooney and Ronaldo.

All-in-all, you're clearly not going to go out and buy this DVD if you follow Arsenal or Manchester City. But for the United fan who wants to test their knowledge, or even those who want to learn more about their team, this is an excellent buy.

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