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Jagged Alliance (DS)

Jagged Alliance (DS)
alaScore 74

8 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews from magazines and websites. Some have doubts about the graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Jagged Alliance (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 74/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 8 reviews)

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Jagged Alliance (DS)

 

If you want to take a trip back in time to 1994, there are plenty of better options than playing Jagged Alliance for the Nintendo DS. Developer Cypron Studios has ported the PC original to the Nintendo handheld in its entirety with few--if...

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Jagged Alliance

 

It's like travelling back in time, minus all the fun.

To be fair, a lot of the issues with Jagged Alliance's design are simply products of their time. Games were simply more difficult 15 years ago, especially those within the PC strategy genre. Hardcore players practically expected overly complex...

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Jagged Alliance

 

This classic turn-based strategy game feels old and slow on the Nintendo DS.

Interface is clumsy and annoying ; Map size makes the game a poor fit for the DS ; Ugly, dated graphics

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Jagged Alliance

 

Plenty of people have good memories of PC gaming in the mid--90s. Such gamers will probably have a good time with the new DS port of Jagged Alliance, a 1994 strategy-RPG title. Everyone else should probably take a pass, though: by today's standards,...

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Jagged Alliance

 

This classic turn-based strategy game feels old and slow on the Nintendo DS.

Faithful, complete port of the original Jagged Alliance

Interface is clumsy and annoying ; Map size makes the game a poor fit for the DS ; Ugly, dated graphics

Consumer review by:

The Diabolical DS

 

After being completely charmed by “Professor Layton and the Curious Village” for my DS Lite a couple of months ago, I knew that I couldn't resist the sequel, “Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box,” especially when I heard ...

An excellent sequel to the delightful "Curious Village

Can feel like more of the same if you've just beaten the first title

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Logical Thinking Required

 

Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box is the contuinuing journey of Professor Hershel Layton and his trusty little sidekick, Luck. This game is the follow-up from Professor Layton and the Curious Village. Like it's predessor, it is packed with ...

A great way to pass the time, lots of brain teasers

nothing I can think of

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"Wanted so much to enjoy this more"

 

I like turn based games, but this one crawls very very slowly. You are forever fiddling with inventory trying to carry all the stuff you find and having to micro manage stuff. Having to recruit and train your team is all good, but I just couldnt get...

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