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Break 'em All (Nintendo DS)

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Game Freaks 365
So, what is my final analysis? The Tokaton standard mode alone will take you a long time if you want to get to the point where you can get to and beat level 50. I’ve spent hours on this game and level 11 is the farthest I’ve gotten. Add to this the random stage option in the Tokaton mode and also the Quest mode and you’ve got a game that, even discounting the lackluster multiplayer mode, will still last a single person a long time if he’s a fan of this type of game. If you are a fan of the Breakout style of games, Break ‘Em All is a budget title, and there is no reason not to make room in your budget to add this title to your collection. If you’re not already a fan of the Breakout style of games, you should still give this a try to see if you like it.
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Break 'Em All's ultra-modern visuals are plain but clean, and the electronic background music reminds me of an old Genesis PGA Tour game. It's pleasant enough at first but does get tiresome after it loops a few hundred times. Break 'Em All will never monopolize your DS, but if you're looking for a simple change of pace, you could do a lot worse.