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.::: Lots of games like:

Bowling!

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Chess!

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Solitaire!

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Go!

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And more 'simplistic' games. Nintendo goes even mainstreamer! (Solitaire alone will make it sell I guess.)

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/atgj/index.html

Trailer-link for those not willing to search through Japanese webpages:

http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ds/atgj/movie/opening.html

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I was talking about the PSP game, as much as Go interests me, it's still a bit pricey for what it is - a board game.

If I bought this for the DS, I'd probably only play the one game an it anyway, unless you can confirm sexual plumber action or similar in the package. :D

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The Go AI is bound to be rubbish, surely. Or is it multiplayer only?

Apparently it's a port of the best version available if we're talking about the PSP version - altough obviously Go grandmasters won't get a decent game out of it. It's great for people like me who barely even know the basic strategies, and probably won't ever have the chance to play against a decent human being.

The DS version is highly likely to be pants though.

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Apparently it's a port of the best version available if we're talking about the PSP version - altough obviously Go grandmasters won't get a decent game out of it.  It's great for people like me who barely even know the basic strategies, and probably won't ever have the chance to play against a decent human being.

The DS version is highly likely to be pants though.

Good to know the PSP version is good. If it's a port of the Japan-only PS2 game, that should be good, as I've been told that one is pretty much as good as it gets. The weaker CPU on the DS (and the fact this is a multi-game cart) might mean this one's fairly rubbish, as you suggest. I barely know how to play Go myself, but I've tried learning against poor AI before and it's just not worth the bother as it didn't even approximate the way a person would play. Go strategy is a very hard, unsolved AI problem

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It's not go*. It's gomokunarabe, which is basically connect four (but actually connect 5). It's still ace, though.

Daredemo is one of the best all round DS packages, with games like Hasami-shogi (a cool, simplified yet highly strategic version of Shogi), othello, poker, rummy, chase-the-ace, darts, a very cool jenga rip-off, a superb version of Chinese Chequers, and a lot more besides.

If you don't have high-beginner Japanese reading skills (or, if you love trial and error) then import, otherwise wait for the western release (they will do it, it's too good not to). Hopefully they'll add wi-fi and take on Yahoo! games.

*and even if it were, the AI would never be as good as something simple like Yahoo! games go, where you can play against other real people all the time.

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Good to know the PSP version is good. If it's a port of the Japan-only PS2 game, that should be good, as I've been told that one is pretty much as good as it gets.

Allegedly it's a port of Many Faces of Go which is one of the stronger PC programs at around 8 kyu.

Willei, you have heard of the various internet go servers, right? They are great places to play real people of all strengths (including total beginners and professionals.) Kiseido Go Server is a good place to start.

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