Summary: It's great to have a big collection of mostly traditional games with all the convenience of the DS. There's sure to be something here for everybody. On the downside, there are sure to be some games you'll rarely, if ever, bother with.
Tons of games, really fun, download play, but lacks small touches
Tim Soderstrom "m00dawg", Amazon
15 October 2007
Summary: So basically we were looking for a good DS party game. That is one that has nice download play without being too crippled for DS parties and things like that. This game foots the bill perfectly.
Summary: I like the games, but I hate that it takes so long to get through a round because you have to wait for the other players (computer players) to take their turn. I wish I would to be able to just play by myself or with one computer player.
Summary: I bought this title precisely so I could play Bridge. Bridge is one of the most complex card games of all time, so I wasn't expecting miracles of AI brilliance, but I at least expected that (a) the minimum necessary information would be given to you so you could play the game, (b) the AI could at...
Summary: My wife got this for me as a Christmas present, almost solely because I kept saying I wanted a chess program for the DS. I have to say, the chess program is horrible. I can easily beat it on the hardest (of three) settings.
Summary: There are so many people that are definitely more interested in video games than the classic card and board games you see on television like Monopoly, and Connect Four. Nevertheless, sometimes a video version of those games can be just as exciting as the actual version against a regular person.
Summary: The games are not all very easy to play . The graphics are not so good as expected, very small cards for example. But because there are so much, there will be always something to play. Good to pass a few hours, but not addictive :)
Summary: As with all games in this genre, it is pretty damn good but nothing fantastic. Some of the games are completely ignored by me as I couldn't be bothered learning about them but the majority were easy to follow. If you are a fan of board games, I am sure you will like this product.
Summary: I thought 42 All-Time Classics was enjoyable to play on multiplayer, and it was nice to play a game with single-card play and still have all of the games available, and my personla favourite being balance, or the various amounts of card games.