Reviews and Problems with Ultimate Board Game Collection
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14 October 2012
Summary: Was so disappointed when I got this game. The quality was very poor and player options very few. Only one control can be used at a time. So if more than one person wants to play, the control has to be passed back and forth.
Summary: I should have read the reviews first. This game came fast and quick but does not show up on my ps2. It shows up as error on my ps2. I just wish I read the reviews first before I bought this game.
Summary: I was so excited when I received this game because I remember playing all of these as a kid. However, when I began to play the games I was very disappointed... First of all it took forever for the disc to load up and when it finally did the games were not very user friendly. My favorite game (chinese checkers) which is why I purchased this game in the first place, was very difficult to play.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it would be fun and help pass the time, when I got the game in the mail I was very excited and ready to have hours of good play, so I hurried and unwrapped the game and and excitedly put the game into my console, and waited, and waited and waited for the game to load, and to my disbelief the game would not even play, kept saying disc read error.
Summary: Ok, I guess I misled myself on this one. My parents have this game for their Wii, and I enjoyed playing it when I was there. So when I saw it was available for my PS2 (and cheap) I thought 'why not?' But it was nothing like the Wii version, not even half the same games. Plus, it doesn't even work on my PS2! I played it at somebody's else's house with no problem, but I get a disk error on mine! Could be an error on my end, but I have no problems playing any other game.
Summary: My PS2 does not play this "blue disc". I've tried everything I've read online and it still doesn't work. $10 is too much to pay for the hassle of trying to get this effing thing to work and have it NOT WORK. I was really looking forward to having a chess game for my PS2, I don't have any other console and wasn't looking to buy a new one. Why do they still manufacture these blue discs if they don't work?
Summary: I had high hopes for this game since it can't be bought in stores any more & my daughter wanted to play board games on PS2. But it is one of those "blue disks" & doesn't play. Didn't bother trying to exchange it.