Summary: I own another one of these "megamix" collections, so I already knew what I was in for. What stinks is that you start with maybe 10 unlocked mediochre games that you have to beat in order to earn enough points to "buy" whatever next level of games you unlock.
Summary: Well, first of all, there is not 101 games, there is about 8 and you just move from one level to the other one, I guess they counted that as games. My son is 5 and he only likes some of the games, then he gets frustrated with the other ones, I guess he's not ready yet for the full game.
Summary: This is my third purchase of this product. Seems that every time grandchildren visit it disappears into thin air! I like the mix of games, no matter how many times you play them they seem different each time. Needless to say it should remain here this time, they all have my other copies...Enjoy!
Summary: I was a little worried when I ordered this game because of some of the negative reviews... But I actually really like it. It definitely can be frustrating at times. The first game-- basketball, took me a day to pass. I wanted to throw my dsi.
Summary: First off, you do NOT get all 101 right away. you have to unlock them through the other games. Second, the games are way too frustrating. especially the soccer game where you have to keep bouncing the ball with the pen.
Summary: Review from my 8-year old son: These games are very frustrating. The controls are too slow. They should have different music. The music is almost exactly the same for all the games. But the music for each game changes a little bit each time. It's just random.
Summary: Let's see. Buy a product that advertises 101 games. Start playing and quickly learn you can only play FIVE out of 101 without unlocking the other NINETY-SIX! Thought for Atlus: advertise 101 games, buyers (remember us???) can immediately play 101 games. GASP, what an idea!