GamerVision: Scrabble Review

There's nothing there for people who don't already like the game, but the transition was so seamless that it's an absolute purchase for fans. At $10 it's less than half the price of a physical game board, so convincing a few people to pick it up shouldn't be too much of a problem. There are plenty of ways to play games like Scrabble online, but the voice chat and Xbox Live integration push this edition to the top of the heap.

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Johnny Rotten3494d ago

I was going to pick this up then found out you can't play against the computer, and it's pointless playing with people in the room because they can see your tiles. I ended up forking over the money for the DS version instead.