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Here's the thing - the game is great, but it's really only fun when you play with other people like family or friends. There's not much in terms of gameplay besides just solving puzzles, but hey, that's what this game is all about. Visually, it serves its purpose, and I have to admit the music is pretty damn addicting. Who knows...it may just be, but this game has a certain nostalgia factor.
The CPU opponent almost
never forgets the card placement once overturned, but also has the
uncanny ability to sometimes match three or four prizes in a row
from cards never previously turned over. On top of that, the CPU
seems to have X-ray vision by solving puzzles where the pictures
are still mostly covered by the cards. It’s extremely frustrating and
will make one never want to play the single-player mode.
I suppose game-show games could be fun in a party setting with a bunch of loud, inebriated individuals shouting answers around you, but by your lonesome, the experience of Classic Concentration is pretty pathetic.