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101 in 1 Explosive Megamix
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: 101 in 1 Explosive Megamix is huge. It is also tiny at the same time. How can I bring those two polar opposites together and make it work? Hopefully the same way Family Friendly Gaming brings so many diverse people from various backgrounds together driving toward the same traditional goal. 101 in 1 Explosive Megamix has a ton of mini games. Each mini game is very small. Take 101 of them, and its huge.
Summary: It's 101 mini-games in one ... what could go wrong? For starters, none of the games are much fun. Couple that with the fact that many of the games have terrible control problems and you have one of the worst Nintendo DS games of the year. I would be hard pressed to name even one of the 101 games that I would recommend independent from this lousy product! This product was submitted by the publisher for review.
Excerpt: When a copy of 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix landed in Gamervision HQ, I didn’t even know what it was. It wasn’t even close to being on my radar, despite being published by Atlus in North America. As I soon found out, the title says it all: 101 minigames on one DS cartridge for the budget price of $20. I thought that it sounded like a great value, and that even if some of the games weren’t so great, there had to be enough good content to warrant the price.
Conclusion: 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix has a handful of promising mini-games, but the bulk of them end up being titles you’d normally find on a flash site. Given the price tag, I’d recommend picking it up if you find yourself traveling a ton, or are away from a computer for large amounts of time.
Conclusion: 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix looks to be a great buy for any casual gamer or mini-game fanatic. However, in a genre that's become washed out over the years by more of the same, this game fails to separate itself from the typical flash based game you'll find on the internet. Imperfect controls, a lack of online leader boards, and little replay value only hurt the game's image even further.
Excerpt: There are a lot of games that promise the world and do not deliver. Atlus' latest game doesn't promise the world, but it does have one hundred and one games in a single package for only $20. Does it deliver?
Summary: Even though the price for each mini-game averages out to two dimes, most of them aren’t even worth a penny.
Pros: Big variety in the types of mini-games, One of the mini-games is Snake
Cons: Due to controls, some mini-games are practically unplayable, Incomplete control instructions, Majority of the mini-games are a chore to play, The best mini-game is Snake, The one-song “soundtrack” is abysmal
Summary: 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix is a collection of 101 addictive mini-game types including: puzzles, sports, racing, cooking, shooting, balancing, juggling, and much more. There is practically no end to the fast-paced arcade action!