WP: "How do you review a total non-game as a game? This seems to be a question I keep stumbling upon lately, with Line Rider 2: Unbound turning a software toy into a game to some success, and now this, which takes a classic sound-making tool and just drops it onto a tiny little system. That's it.
The Korg DS-10 Synthesizer software can't be accurately treated as any sort of game. Sure, you have the developer logos when you turn it on, but that's about it. Once you load in, you've got a set of 18 saved sessions, two demos to start off with, and basically nothing else to go by. All you have is the synthesizer and what you can do with it - and that, my friends, is a lot. It's perhaps more than many typical users could handle."