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Submitted by meepmoopmeep 2437d ago | review

Pocket-lint Review: 100 Classic Book Collection

Pocket-lint "The 100 Classic Book Collection is, as you might have guessed from the title, 100 books on a DS cartridge so you can turn your handheld console into an ebook all for around 20 quid. Load up the game/software and you are presented with a bookshelf of titles that you can scroll through with your stylus picking out the book you want to read just like you were at the library. Rather than just a list, the titles are written as if they were actually on a book spine and its all very Nintendo "cutesy".

At first, as with all Nintendo games, you've got to wade through a series of instructions and tutorials. It's long, protracted and pointless. I mean you've got to choose a book and then turn some pages - how difficult can it be? " (100 Classic Book Collection, Nintendo DS) 7/10

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