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.
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.
Summary: It used to be that a video game compilation was a thing to avoid. Because the 8- and 16-bit cartridges were so small, video game compilations were full of small, buggy games that sacrificed quality in order to have quantity. Then things changed.
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!
Excerpt: The name Atlus brings to mind niche RPGs and short print runs, not minigame collections for the masses. The company's choice to publish 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix just shows that everybody wants their piece of the casual-market pie.