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Submitted by MrSwede 2420d ago | review

IGN Reviews Chessmaster: The Art of Learning

IGN writes:

"With one exception, this is about as good a handheld chess collection as any DS owner could hope for. In addition to a well-developed main game with an abundance of options and difficulty settings to accommodate players of any skill and experience level, there's an incredible amount of minigames and puzzle modes that are not only fun but reinforce the strategies of chess."

Score: 7.8 (Chessmaster, Nintendo DS) 7.8/10

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