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Peggle: Dual Shot (DS)

Peggle: Dual Shot (DS)
alaScore 88

17 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews of Peggle: Dual Shot (DS). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo DS Games for all reviews. People really like the gameplay. Many are negative about the graphics and price. There are some mixed opinions about the multi player mode.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Peggle: Dual Shot (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Peggle Dual Shot (DS)

 

After mesmerizing millions of PC gamers with its simple yet oddly enthralling gameplay, Peggle has arrived on the Nintendo DS. Peggle is a puzzle game that incorporates elements of pinball and the popular Japanese gaming machine Pachinko. You shoot a...

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Peggle: Dual Shot on Nintendo DS

 

Screw you, Unicorns are Cool

All said, Peggle is probably one of the few games that everyone who owns a DS should probably go out of their way and find. Even though this game is little more than a port of the one that is available on almost every platform, it seems to lend itself...

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Peggle Dual Shot

 

Me bouncy!

I wouldn't say Peggle Dual Shot is an essential DS title or even a must-have version of the game itself. It's far better playing on the PC - though the stylus control here is preferable to the Xbox 360 control - and the changes aren't that great. But...

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Peggle Dual Shot

 

What makes Peggle challenging is that the pegs are mostly blue, but the goal is to take out the 10 or so orange pegs. Each peg that is hit will disappear after it is struck by the ball, but the goal is to have all of the orange pegs gone before the...

Simple yet deep gameplay ; Peggle and Peggle Nights and lots more content

Multiplayer is a bit... lackluster ; Small screen makes it difficult (but not enough to impede fun)

Fans of puzzle game will want to try this out.

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Peggle Dual Shot

 

Bouncing around

If you were one of the vast number of gamers to have picked up the Orange Box on pre-order you would have received a version of a surprisingly addictive casual game. No, I’m not talking about Portal - that was addictive nonetheless, but I'm talking...

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Peggle Dual Shot Review

 

The PC addiction moves to the DS.

Same addictive qualities as PC Peggle; contains Peggle Nights sequel; over 115 levels total; bonus Underground levels; two challenge modes, each containing 40-50 levels

Duel mode isn't wireless and is more of co-op mode

Still, Peggle is the perfect game to port to the DS. Its addictive qualities will keep you staring at the small screen during your lunch break or while waiting for your flight. Duel mode is strange but won't be missed since you'll be too busy playing...

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Peggle: Dual Shot Nintendo DS Review

 

To further enhance the action, each stage has a specific animal assistant with special abilities. You activate them by hitting one of two green pegs on each stage. These specialties vary, from activating a "spooky ball" that gives you another turn to...

Incredibly addictive gameplay, bonus modes designed by Q Entertainment, comes with both Peggle and Peggle Nights, cool multiplayer mode

Graphics look blurry during close-ups

Peggle already rules our lives. We play it on the PC and the iMac, and soon we'll have the opportunity to take it anywhere on our iPhones. Since that apparently wasn't enough, PopCap Games took the addiction to Nintendo DS in a new game featuring all...

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Peggle: Dual Shot (DS)

 

Ever since its 2007 release on the PC, Peggle has always felt to me like it was begging for release on a portable system. The short levels and pick-up-and-play design make it the kind of game you want to fire up for five minutes in a bank line, not the...

This review is based on a retail copy of the game provided by the publisher.

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Peggle: Dual Shot Review

 

Tiny package, lots of balls.

Damn-near perfect handheld iteration; Dangerously-addictive gameplay; Casual or hardcore, you decide; Constellations of replay value; DS-exclusive extras and mechanics; Brilliant audiovisual presentation; Beam a sample to a friend. . .; . . .because...

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Peggle: Dual Shot Review

 

Time-suckage, thy name is Peggle for Nintendo DS.

The $29.99 game hits stores today, March 3, and, despite our "boos" about multiplayer, we predict our productivity for the rest of the week will decline by at least 75-80%. (If my boss is reading this -- I'm exaggerating for effect. Honest.)

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