Summary: This is not as fun as you would think I bought for a Christmas present for my son. He played it once and said he didn't like it. If I thought I could get a refund I would but since its a game I figured was no use to try.
Don't expect a high-tech game... and you'll enjoy this.
J. Nishimitsu "mama jo", Amazon
12 December 2011
Summary: I bought this game because I own and like the 101 in 1 Megamix game. It's similar, in that there are various timed mini games to complete -- and you can unlock more games with points you earn. The difference with this one is that they are all sports themed... volleyball, tennis, darts, etc. Despite the negative reviews, I enjoy it. As long as you don't expect too much graphics wise. It's more like that old-school Olympic game on PC.
Summary: okay, so i got this game for easter 2011, and i have to say that the graphics look nice. i mean, they look polished, but they could improve if trees and the crowd of people watching you were moving instead of looking like cardboard statues. secondly, there is plenty of challenge to be found in this game, but in events such as ice hockey, you'd be wishing the cpu would try to prevent you from scoring.
Summary: This game developed by Nordcurrent is something that you will take a look at the title and think that 101 games on the 1 cartridge seems like great value for money. Well you would be absolutely wrong. Sure, there is exactly 101 games on this, 99 are locked at first. You must complete a game, or get a decent enough score to earn points to unlock other games, which is both stupid, and annoying.