Summary: There isn't much to say when it comes to Peggle: Dual Shot. I applaud its simple yet clever design, and the flexibility of its gameplay: You don't have to play through it in sessions of predetermined length, as you would in a game like The Legend of Zelda, where starting and finishing a dungeon in one sitting is the preferred option. Instead, you can slowly chip away at it, one puzzle at a time, until you finally beat it.
Summary: I'm an avid video gamer, normally playing high end RPGs, and MMORPGs on my computer, or PS3, but every now and then it's nice to have something a bit more mindless, and arcade styled; this game is just that. An addictive arcade styled game that requires a bit of strategy, but not having to think about storylines, or quests, or loot, just shooting a ball at things and watching the pretty lights explode.
Summary: I love this game and can play it for hours. I like how there are two "games" on here. Peggle and Peggle Nights. There are also bonus levels too so you get a lot of gameplay on this game. Even if you have the newer 3DS check this game out because it's really fun. Even if the graphics are starting to look dated I still enjoy it so much.
Summary: Very good dame, I do not read instructions well, so I kind of "trial and error" learn some of these, and once I understood teh powers of the certain characters, it is challenging. I am almost 40 and like this one.