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27th Apr '17 10:31:55 AM FF32
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24th Apr '17 4:59:57 AM Andyroid
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->''"What colour is Jim's red gun?"''\\
''a) Blue''\\
''b) Yellow''\\
''c) Green''
-->-- ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim 2''




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* ''VideoGame/YookaLaylee'': As you're exploring Hivory Towers, you might get challenged to "Dr. Quack's Quackfire Quiz", where [[TheDragon Dr. Quack]] will challenge you to answer questions about the game. You get a point for each correct answer, or two points if you answer quickly enough, and you have to score ten points in order to move on.
2nd Apr '17 2:51:40 PM nombretomado
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* At one point in {{Persona 3}}, Yukari does some investigating at school, and asks Junpei and TheHero to do the same. At the end of that week, she asks what you learned... and treats it like a pop quiz rather than sharing and comparing information. Comes off as a bit arrogant, since she seems to assume that you'll ''naturally'' reach the exact same conclusions she has, despite all the rumors surrounding the incident.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', on certain days the teacher will ask you a question about real world trivia (history, sciences, mathematics, literature...), and answering correctly would give you a slight attribute bonus (Charm in 3, because your classmates admire your smarts, and Knowledge in 4 because, well, it makes sense). If you answered wrong the teacher would give you the right answer, which is good, because there are a few important tests per game and the questions are all ones that you have already been asked. Getting a high score on your test will get you some sweet prizes.

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At one point in {{Persona 3}}, ''VideoGame/Persona3'', Yukari does some investigating at school, and asks Junpei and TheHero to do the same. At the end of that week, she asks what you learned... and treats it like a pop quiz rather than sharing and comparing information. Comes off as a bit arrogant, since she seems to assume that you'll ''naturally'' reach the exact same conclusions she has, despite all the rumors surrounding the incident.
* ** In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ''3'', ''[[VideoGame/Persona4 4]]'', and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', ''[[VideoGame/Persona5 5]]'', on certain days the teacher will ask you a question about real world trivia (history, sciences, mathematics, literature...), and answering correctly would give you a slight attribute bonus (Charm in 3, because your classmates admire your smarts, and Knowledge in 4 because, well, it makes sense). If you answered wrong the teacher would give you the right answer, which is good, because there are a few important tests per game and the questions are all ones that you have already been asked. Getting a high score on your test will get you some sweet prizes.
29th Mar '17 1:49:43 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManWebOfShadows'' features a segment where [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Wolverine]] quizzes Spidey on comic book trivia to make sure he's the real deal. "Whose killer did we track in Berlin?" "What are you parents' names?" Some mistakes even have in-universe justifications - it's possible to select "[[{{Nephewism}} Ben and May]]", only for Spidey to realize he should have said "[[DeceasedParentsAreTheBest Richard and Mary]]".
* ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam Reborn'' has a series of stages where [[[Anime/TurnAGundam Queen Diana]] asks Gundam Trivia quesions and the player must give the answer by attacking the correct character.

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* ''VideoGame/SpiderManWebOfShadows'' features a segment where [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} Wolverine]] ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} quizzes Spidey on comic book trivia to make sure he's the real deal. "Whose killer did we track in Berlin?" "What are you parents' names?" Some mistakes even have in-universe justifications - it's possible to select "[[{{Nephewism}} Ben and May]]", only for Spidey to realize he should have said "[[DeceasedParentsAreTheBest Richard and Mary]]".
* ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam Reborn'' has a series of stages where [[[Anime/TurnAGundam [[Anime/TurnAGundam Queen Diana]] asks Gundam Trivia quesions and the player must give the answer by attacking the correct character.
22nd Nov '16 5:42:21 PM HeroicJay
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** Two of the island trials in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' are quizzes. Sophocles's is an audio quiz, and Kiawe's has you compare two dances. Kiawe's, however, is an enormous joke; instead of getting progressively harder, it starts easy and ''gets even easier'' in ways that are nothing short of absurd.
14th Nov '16 11:07:23 AM ashlay
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* At one point in {{Persona 3}}, Yukari does some investigating at school, and asks Junpei and TheHero to do the same. At the end of that week, she asks what you learned... and treats it like a pop quiz rather than sharing and comparing information. Comes off as a bit arrogant, since she seems to assume that you'll ''naturally'' reach the exact same conclusions she has, despite all the rumors surrounding the incident. Also, both ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' have them at school. On certain days the teacher will ask you a question about real world trivia (history, sciences, mathematics, literature...), and answering correctly would give you a slight attribute bonus (Charm in 3, because your classmates admire your smarts, and Knowledge in 4 because, well, it makes sense). If you answered wrong the teacher would give you the right answer, which is good, because there are a few important tests per game and the questions are all ones that you have already been asked. Getting a high score on your test will get you some sweet prizes.

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* At one point in {{Persona 3}}, Yukari does some investigating at school, and asks Junpei and TheHero to do the same. At the end of that week, she asks what you learned... and treats it like a pop quiz rather than sharing and comparing information. Comes off as a bit arrogant, since she seems to assume that you'll ''naturally'' reach the exact same conclusions she has, despite all the rumors surrounding the incident. Also, both incident.
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''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' and 3}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' have them at school. On and ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', on certain days the teacher will ask you a question about real world trivia (history, sciences, mathematics, literature...), and answering correctly would give you a slight attribute bonus (Charm in 3, because your classmates admire your smarts, and Knowledge in 4 because, well, it makes sense). If you answered wrong the teacher would give you the right answer, which is good, because there are a few important tests per game and the questions are all ones that you have already been asked. Getting a high score on your test will get you some sweet prizes.
7th Nov '16 5:45:27 PM IAmNotAFunguy
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** ''VideoGame/PaperMarioColorSplash'' also has "Sniffit or Whiffit" except this time Mario drowns in the sea if he is wrong.
20th Jul '16 3:50:01 AM Winter
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* ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriorsGundam Reborn'' has a series of stages where [[[Anime/TurnAGundam Queen Diana]] asks Gundam Trivia quesions and the player must give the answer by attacking the correct character.




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* In ''VideoGame/XMenLegends'', there's an X-Men trivia quiz at the X-Mansion between missions that gives out experience points for correct answers. The sequel also has quizzes at the various bases.
10th Jul '16 1:09:51 PM MisterApple
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** ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar'' has Snifit or Whiffit, in which Mario has to answer quiz questions and whack "unpaid Snifit interns" while in a room filled with DeadlyGas.

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** ''VideoGame/PaperMarioStickerStar'' has Snifit or Whiffit, Whiffit (Hit it or Snifit in the PAL version), in which Mario has to answer quiz questions and whack "unpaid Snifit interns" while in a room filled with DeadlyGas.
14th Jun '16 7:10:50 AM erforce
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* ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' has Grunty's Furnace Fun, a board game and Gruntilda's last ditch attempt to stop Banjo and Kazooie from rearching the top of her lair. The answers to personal questions about Gruntilda are randomized each game. ''Banjo-Tooie'' has the Tower of Tragedy Quiz where the loser gets a 16 ton safe dropped on him. By this time, it's evident that Grunty's love of random quizzes knows no bounds, so she continues with the questions during the FinalExamBoss battle where she promises to "go easier on you" if you answer them correctly. Bit of a lie, as there isn't a huge difference between her faster and slower magic blasts. It returns in "Nuts and Bolts", where getting L.O.G's questions right would add extra time to the mission that he assigned you.
* Swanky's Bonus Bonanzas in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry 2'' were exactly this, but thankfully they were optional bonus rounds that offered {{One Up}}s. Ironically, your number of extra lives don't get saved, but the fact that you completed a Swanky Quiz does, so they're strictly a one-off bonus that stays locked on loading a "Quiz Completed" save.

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* ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' has Grunty's Furnace Fun, a board game and Gruntilda's last ditch attempt to stop Banjo and Kazooie from rearching the top of her lair. The answers to personal questions about Gruntilda are randomized each game. ''Banjo-Tooie'' ''VideoGame/BanjoTooie'' has the Tower of Tragedy Quiz where the loser gets a 16 ton safe dropped on him. By this time, it's evident that Grunty's love of random quizzes knows no bounds, so she continues with the questions during the FinalExamBoss battle where she promises to "go easier on you" if you answer them correctly. Bit of a lie, as there isn't a huge difference between her faster and slower magic blasts. It returns in "Nuts and Bolts", where getting L.O.G's questions right would add extra time to the mission that he assigned you.
* Swanky's Bonus Bonanzas in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry 2'' ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' were exactly this, but thankfully they were optional bonus rounds that offered {{One Up}}s. Ironically, your number of extra lives don't get saved, but the fact that you completed a Swanky Quiz does, so they're strictly a one-off bonus that stays locked on loading a "Quiz Completed" save.



* ''SonicUnleashed'' for the [=PS3=]/360 has 2: A wondering woman who asks you about the current hub, and a female reporter who has question about the storyline, and miscellany. While they get no in-game rewards, they are required to get Trophies ([=PS3=])/Achievements (360).

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* ''SonicUnleashed'' ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed'' for the [=PS3=]/360 has 2: A wondering woman who asks you about the current hub, and a female reporter who has question about the storyline, and miscellany. While they get no in-game rewards, they are required to get Trophies ([=PS3=])/Achievements (360).



* Flash game ''TheImpossibleQuiz'' features a hellish version of this, featuring questions like "How many holes in a Rolo?" and "What was the answer to the last question?"

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* Flash game ''TheImpossibleQuiz'' ''VideoGame/TheImpossibleQuiz'' features a hellish version of this, featuring questions like "How many holes in a Rolo?" and "What was the answer to the last question?"
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