Hey there BUZZ! fans! Today we’ve got a brand new quiz pack coming your way that we hope you’ll think is ‘out of this world.’ The new Space Quiz Pack delivers over 500 questions to test your knowledge on everything under the sun and beyond!
Check out these sample questions to see if your space trivia skills are up to snuff:
WHICH PLANET IN OUR SOLAR SYSTEM IS THE SMALLEST?
A MASSIVE, GRAVITATIONALLY BOUND SYSTEM THAT CONSISTS OF STARS, STELLAR REMNANTS, GAS AND DUST IS BETTER KNOWN AS WHAT?
- A GALAXY
- A SOLAR SYSTEM
- A NEBULA
- A STAR SYSTEM
THE THEORY OF THE ORIGIN OF THE UNIVERSE IS KNOWN AS THE…WHAT?
- BIG BOOM
- BIG BLAST
- BIG BEN
- BIG BANG
OUR SUN IS ONE OF THE BRIGHTEST STARS IN THE GALAXY BUT BY WHAT PROCESS DOES IT GENERATE ITS ENERGY?
- NUCLEAR FISSION
- KINETIC DISCHARGE
- NUCLEAR FUSION
- KINETIC FRICTION
WHICH OF THESE GEOGRAPHIC FEATURES DOES MARS SHARE WITH EARTH?
- SALTWATER OCEANS
- POLAR ICE CAPS
Great news for all of you who have been diligently downloading new quiz packs and can’t wait to get your hands on BUZZ!: Quiz World for PS3 this November. All PS3 quiz packs will be interoperable between BUZZ!: Quiz TV and BUZZ!: Quiz World for PS3! Not only does that mean that any future quiz packs will work with both PS3 games, it means that all of the quiz packs that you have already downloaded for BUZZ!: Quiz TV will automatically show up in your quiz bank when you pop in BUZZ!: Quiz World for PS3.
The BUZZ! DLC news doesn’t stop there. Just for those of you who like to test your trivia talent on the go, we’re gearing up to make downloadable quiz packs available for BUZZ!: Quiz World for PSP as well. Just access the PlayStation Network via your PSP and you’ll have access to downloadable quizzes from any wireless hotspot. That, combined with the fact that you’ll have access to MyBUZZQuiz.com content on PSP for the first time ever, means that you will never run out of questions for BUZZ!: Quiz World for PSP!
That’s all for now! Keep visiting the PlayStation Blog to stay up-to-date on the latest BUZZ! news.
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