Summary: An inexpensive, visually beautiful chess game to play on your handheld with the inclusion of pass and play, allowing your friends to join in. The lack of online multiplayer is the reason it is not given a perfect score, however as far as chess games go, this is by far the best alternative for fans wanting to play it on the go.
Summary: Hard to believe this is the first chess game on the PSN. Graphics are pretty. Good use of touch screen. No multiplayer- I'm sorry, but in this day and age thats almost unforgivable. There's no reason why this should not be there. They have "play-by-mail" multiplayer, but it's a huge pain. Extended tutorial and lots of puzzles will keep your interest. Day one DLC is also a bummer. $3 fo r an extra table and set?