World Championship Cards - Sony PSP

2.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
Rated: Everyone
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Platform: Sony PSP
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About the Product

  • For Play on Your PlayStation Portable
  • "World Championship Cards" will offer a fun variety of card games to challenge all your friends!
  • Published by SVG
  • Game Genre: Simulation, Game Sub-Genre: Cards/Casino

Product Description

Over 30 different varieties of Cards: Bridge, Gin Rummy, Solitaire, Cribbage, Hearts, Spades and more. Create-a-Character mode with variations of skin tone, hair, clothes, hats and personalities to choose from. Compatible for online play with World Championship Cards PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system users and PlayStation Portable (PSP) system users. Up to 8 players supported for online play and up to 8 player wireless play via AD HOC supported for the PSP.

Product Information

ASIN B000IX8VPK
Release date May 27, 2008
Customer Reviews
2.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

2.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #57,697 in videogames
#802 in Video Games > Sony PSP > Games
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 7 x 4 x 0.2 inches
Media: Video Game
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By S. Sherman on June 20, 2008
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I usually don't author reviews, but this game was so disappointing, I felt compelled to do so. I was looking for a PSP game that was similar to an old gameboy advance title called ultimate card games. This PSP title does not even come close. Too much emphasis on dull graphics of characters in various scenes, while the card play seems almost secondary. Even when playing solitaire, the card game is played in a very small area of the screen (probably about 1/5th of the screen real estate), while all the rest is dedicated to the silly graphics. You literally play solitaire while being distracted watching your poorly animated figure being bored sitting at a table. Even though you can alter the view, it doesn't help. I downloaded several freeware flash based solitaire games that have much better playability than these games. Now let's talk about online play. I guess they felt "if we build it, they will come". Well, noone came. There is noone online to play, at least not at the time of this writing. I am authoring this because times are tough and money is tight - save your money for something worth it.
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To think that all I wanted to do was play Spades on the PSP and that this miserable game is the only choice for now. I could exist with the abysmal animations, but why can't we turn them off and just play cards? But what really made me realize what a BOMB this game is that the game can't score spades correctly! I thought it was a different set of rules than I learned, but no, the on-screen rules are the standard scoring system.

To those of you who play Spades; if a player bids 3 and makes 3, you know the score is 30. Well this game might make it 60! Or 33. 3+3 maybe? Or if the bid was 3 and 4 books are made, the score should be 31, but sometimes the game scores it 40, sometimes 70! 3+4 books?

Since there are "four" players at the table and you can see their bids and what books they made and the score given to each player, you can see that there is no reason or rhythm to the score keeping. It jumps all over the place. It's senseless
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I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT SONY AUTHORIZE THIS COMPANY TO MAKE AND DISTRIBUTE THIS FOOLISH CARD GAME. THEY WASTED LOT OF MONEY ON SILLY GRAPHICS RATHER THAN ON THE CARD GAMES. EVEN WINDOWS HEARTS, FREE CELL AND SOLITAIRE GAMES ARE BETTER THAN THIS CONFUSING GAME. SONY NEEDS TO REVIEW FIRST AND THEN LET THESE SMALL COMPANIES TO SELL GAMES IN THE MARKET PLACE. I WASTED $[...] DOLLARS SHOULD HAVE DONE SOMETHING BETTER WITH MY MONEY.
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happy with product. everything arrived exactly when i was told it would. on top of that product arrived in perfect condition as promised. thanks again
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