Pocket Gamer: Ronnie O'Sullivan Snooker Review

There's no escaping the feeling that, despite this twist on the main mode and a solid base otherwise, very little has changed. Actually aiming is also something of a bother at times, the system seeming quite tense, making picking out an exact angle a process of trial and error. This is something that isn't really possible with the clock ticking down, which highlights the weakness more than in previous versions.

Still, it isn't a game breaker and, on the whole, Ronnie O'Sullivan World Snooker 2010 – with modes aplenty, including turn-based multiplayer and a handy practice set-up – is a solid, if somewhat unprogressive, take on the sport.

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