1UP: PictoImage Review

Indeed, with a single PictoImage cartridge, you can host eight-player local matches that vary from a visual take on summer camp favorite "Telephone" to a brief side-scrolling affair that emphasizes teamwork. But 1UP was most entertained by the classic play mode, where one draws their interpretation of the provided word and the other tries to guess what it is within the time limit.

Input issues annoy at times, and 1UP would've liked to see Wi-Fi play (especially since some games require three players), but if you're seeking a no-frills, enjoyable multiplayer game that your nonhardcore pals can dig into with ease, look no further.

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