And I'm not talking about pocket pool, either. There are balls in this game, though. And cards. And cars, dice, food, guns and hundreds of other things to keep you busy playing with yourself.
Atlus' quick math breaks down the upcoming DS title 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix, saying that the purchase would give us over one hundreds games at about $.20 a piece. That's a $20 bill for 101 games -- not bad.
Playing games will earn you gold coins, which you can then use to unlock other games. Unlocking all the games is a game within itself! There's also multiplayer via local wireless play, for when you get tired of solo action and want to pleasure another.
Unfortunately, they didn't send along 101 screenshots, but you can take a look at what we do have to get some idea of what you can expect from Megamix. I saw air hockey; I'd totally pay $.20 for that.
You'll be able to explode into 101-in-1 Explosive Megamix on April 21st.
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