Stocking Filler - World Snooker Championship (Nintendo DS) - £3.97 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Ideal stockingfiller, alternatively add P&P.

Chalk up your cue, take to the championship table and become immersed into the world of snooker. Move from being an armchair critic to an armchair player, as you step into the shoes of a world class player and bid to win titles and items. World Snooker Championship Season 2007-08 on NDS comes up with almost 400 hours of game play and a minimum of 1,000 frames of Snooker.Play smart and leave your opponent fidgeting in his seat as you fight for and dominate table position.Only a little time to play ? Just choose Challenge Mode for a Snooker mini game or pool while on the move. No matter which mode you play, through the exclusively recorded audio commentary World Snooker Championship season 2007-08 gives the most immersive atmosphere ever. Unlock over 20 Items and achievements during your career or within a frame.
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#1
Great find and great price
#2
Nice price for an abysmal game. Buy it as a gift for someone, but don't buy it for yourself. :-)
#3
For £4 can you go wrong? Voted hot!
#4
cex buy for £5 cash lol
#5
Bigfootpete
For £4 can you go wrong?


Yes. :p

Seriously, it doesn't matter how cheap a game is, if you're not going to get entertainment out of it, it's not worth buying. This one's had scores ranging from 28% to 70%, so it might be worth a look at this price, but check out the reviews first.
#6
Great price for a ds game, but this game is woeful, far too fiddly to play snooker on a small game.
#7
iapetus
Yes. :p

Seriously, it doesn't matter how cheap a game is, if you're not going to get entertainment out of it, it's not worth buying. This one's had scores ranging from 28% to 70%, so it might be worth a look at this price, but check out the reviews first.


For myself I would agree but if you are buying a DS for your children then £4 for a stocking filler game is a good deal, it may only keep them amused for a day but that is still cheaper than going to the cinema.
#8
jasonr
For myself I would agree but if you are buying a DS for your children then £4 for a stocking filler game is a good deal, it may only keep them amused for a day but that is still cheaper than going to the cinema.


Something so fiddly and slow-paced might not keep them amused much at all, though. Better value to raise the budget a bit and pick up something that'll keep them going for several days at a time.
#9
I thought this was ok....way better than some of the pool ones on the market anyway!!!

H & R added.

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