Reviews and Problems with Chessmaster: The Art of Learning
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Bought this for my 9 year old when he started ...
Kristine G., Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: Bought this for my 9 year old when he started to develop an interest in chess but needed to learn the basics. The mini games really helped and so did the tutorials. After about a week with this game, he was able to start winning chess games against some opponents--which he was really excited about...
I was expecting this game to be a better version of Chessmaster 2
Stacy Robinson, Amazon
29 December 2014
Summary: I was expecting this game to be a better version of Chessmaster 2. It isn't. The production values are terrible and there are NOT 900 master games to play through-there are none. Super disappointed.
Summary: This game is all right for a non pc game. I was challenged and did improve my chess game but I only really use this game at hotel rooms or when there's nothing to do at my job. There's just not enough to reference or chess information like the pc version.
Summary: In the past week since this review was written, I have been checking out all the chess games available on the DS, including ones not listed on Amazon.com. This particular title seems rather popular, but I suspect that is due to there only previously having been a limited amount of chess titles...
Summary: `Chessmaster' for the DS is a good, but pretty basic, chess game with the bonus of various additional features. With this you get a quick game mode, a rated chess game mode, mini games and chess puzzles.
Summary: I have 7 and 8 year olds, and our boys love this game! I've always thought DS offers no education, but this one is different. If you have a basic chess skill this is one you should get. My boys like this one as much as they like new super mario bros. Get it if you can.