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: Basics: You play against the Chessmaster or up to 23 weaker versions of it. Only basic time controls of minutes per game or second per move or unlimited time are offered. It has a tutorial that covers rules, piece movement and some basic tactics(like double-attacks, pins, skewers etc).
Summary: This is a good title for the value. There is a lot of gameplay to be had and it is nice playing against seemingly realistic people complete with photos. The music isn't totally annoying either which is a plus because I've had to play games with truly annoying music that you can't turn off.
Summary: I bought this game for my DS about a month ago because it was (and is) the ONLY chess game available for the DS. Amazon is giving out a bad product description though, because there is NO 900 game annotated database.
Summary: I like chessmaster in general, and was looking forward to this game for the DS. Unfortunately, it didn't have the library of classic games that I saw advertised in places, nor are there any advanced teaching lessons. Other reviews go more in depth about some of the shortcomings (seriously...
Excerpt: I have always quite enjoyed the idea of the Chessmaster series, its focus on learning to play Chess well rather than just offering gimmicky boards and sound effects sets it apart from a lot of Chess games. It is aimed at the newcomer but offer a lot the Chess player of any level.
Pros: Huge amount of tutorials, games and opponents .
Cons: Despite being cut down from the PC version, still has quite a lot of padding . Limited appeal .
Summary: Hola amigos Hoy os voy a hablar del Chessmaster: The art of learning, juego que he probado recientemente. Para quien no lo sepa, se trata de un juego de ajedrez, por lo que si no te gusta este juego de mesa, obviamente tampoco te va a gustar este juego para la Nintendo Ds.