Game Reviews

Review: Personally Incorrect

My sister-in-law gave this game to our freshly turned 18 sibling. Little did we know what this little box held...

Players: 5-10
Time: Variable
Recommend Ages: 18+

My sister-in-law gave this game to our freshly turned 18 sibling. Little did we know what this little box held.

Personally Incorrect is a crass, delightful game that works best when you have similarly inappropriate minds working to the common goal of insulting one another. The play is very similar to Cards Against Humanity – a card is read and then you submit your cards for judgement. The differences here are that it uses a voting system – the group decides not one person. Additionally the last vote doesn’t count. There’s no waiting to see if there are going to be ties to break up, you just vote.

I cannot describe in words just how crude the answers on this game are. If you’re squeamish around the words fart or butt – you’re probably going to want to sit this one out lest you learn a new set of vocabulary that you weren’t intending. How bad is it? It felt weird playing it with my in-laws kinda bad.

Despite the emphasis I put on how disturbing the cards were, I had a lot of fun playing this. The shock value of the cards mixed in with the right combination of players meant a great time was had by all.

Looking for more information, ask your local gaming venue!

Personal Incorrect
The laminated game box is a Pandora’s box of hilarity
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