Excerpt: The Nintendo DS has seen its fair share of bizarre and original concepts--the latest of which is Master of Illusion. Less of a game and more an interactive way to participate in and learn magic tricks, Master of Illusion won't interest everyone. But like a simple magic kit from a toy store, it's a really cool and effective way to introduce the world of magic to children. Only the Nintendo DS knows what it is you desire most.
Pros: Teaches you magic, Tricks are easy to learn thanks to detailed, but easy-to-follow tutorials, It's a totally unique experience that could only be done on the DS
Cons: Points system limits how much you can unlock in a day, Some of the tricks aren't very good
Excerpt: The Nintendo DS has bought many different types of games to the hands of eager gamers. The design of the DS has also allowed many new and innovative games to be made taking advantage of the dual screens, touch sensitivity and microphone. As such, it might not come as a surprise that with the help of the Master of Illusion game, you can use your DS to perform a magic show to impress and amaze your friends.