Reviews and Problems with World Championship Cards
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Extremely poor game
Daniel Santos, Amazon
23 January 2010
Summary: This game have great graphics, and cool character to play with, skeletons or samurai or whatever, it has like 50 card games. But it sucks, i didn't like to play with it, i bought it, but i'm gonna sell it over. Card games needs a screen touch like nintendo DS has.
Summary: I was really disappointed by this card game. I am a long time fan of diverse solitaire versions and have several installed in my blackberry, so I thought a psp card game would only be better, given better graphics and screen size. Very wrong. The game is slow, cards are shown really small in size, and dealing and moves actions are bland.
Summary: I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT SONY AUTHORIZE THIS COMPANY TO MAKE AND DISTRIBUTE THIS FOOLISH CARD GAME. THEY WASTED LOT OF MONEY ON SILLY GRAPHICS RATHER THAN ON THE CARD GAMES. EVEN WINDOWS HEARTS, FREE CELL AND SOLITAIRE GAMES ARE BETTER THAN THIS CONFUSING GAME. SONY NEEDS TO REVIEW FIRST AND THEN LET THESE SMALL COMPANIES TO SELL GAMES IN THE MARKET PLACE. I WASTED $[...] DOLLARS SHOULD HAVE DONE SOMETHING BETTER WITH MY MONEY.
Millions of ET video game cartridges are buried in the desert, this game should join them
19 July 2008
Summary: To think that all I wanted to do was play Spades on the PSP and that this miserable game is the only choice for now. I could exist with the abysmal animations, but why can't we turn them off and just play cards? But what really made me realize what a BOMB this game is that the game can't score spades correctly! I thought it was a different set of rules than I learned, but no, the on-screen rules are the standard scoring system.
Summary: I usually don't author reviews, but this game was so disappointing, I felt compelled to do so. I was looking for a PSP game that was similar to an old gameboy advance title called ultimate card games. This PSP title does not even come close. Too much emphasis on dull graphics of characters in various scenes, while the card play seems almost secondary.