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Tom_Mix_1969 wrote this review on .
This title does have some things going for it. The presentation is quite good. Clean menus. Clean graphics. Rules and options for every game. It's all nicely put together.
The music I didn't like. But you can turn it off. So I did.
The multiplayer is solid. You've got single cart play for local games, and Wi-Fi connection for playing against anyone you can be bothered to swap 'friend codes' with.
But the games themselves. There's 3 pages of card games, but the only ones I've played a lot of in single-player are Rummy and Texas Hold'em. There's a bunch of board games like chess, ludo, checkers and similar, and the 'action' games. Bowling, darts, balance (?), stuff like that. The physics is none-too convincing, especially in the pool game, where balls stop in a most un-natural way, and I can't find any consistency in the darts game, so it just feels like luck if I win a game.
So, if there's a few card games in there that you think you will actually play, it might be worth getting. If you like any of the other stuff, think of it as a bonus.