This could have been good but instead it's a real bore-fest.
The idea of having so many popular (well a lot of them are popular, some are very random) games in one handy package is a good one but it's let down by a few things.
Firstly, a lot of the games are actually very dull to begin with, whether they are played virtually or not. These games include Solitaire, Checkers and Connect 4. You could argue that a change of pace in your gaming is acceptable, and maybe you'd be right. I would be prepared to bet, though, that after twenty minutes (I'm being generous there too!) of skimming through the games thinking "there must be something worthwhile!" you will give up and reach for your Mario or, hell, even Brain Training cartridges!
Still, after all this, this game could have been acceptable had they cleaned up the speed of the games and the accompanying sound. The games are played at such a pace that you get bored waiting for your turn. When the games are about as fun as a colonic irrigation to begin with, well it's not good. The sound is irritating and very repetitive.
Now I know this may sound all doom and gloom. So I will try and think of some positives. The price is ok. Though, I paid £10 for it and in hindsight, I feel like I got ripped off. Another positive is that with so many games in there I'm sure there's at least one you may like but I would wager that you'd get bored of it fairly swiftly.
This game could have been something very decent indeed. Instead, it's a genuine let down and I'd rather play Solitaire on my PC.. and that's saying something!
(THIS REVIEW IS ENTIRELY BASED ON THE SINGLE PLAYER PART OF THE GAME, I HAVE NOT EXPERIENCED THE ONLINE MULTIPLAYER)