Original Frisbee Disc Sports: Ultimate & Golf Image
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  • Summary: You're born. You crawl. You walk. You learn to throw a Frisbee Disc. One of the most genuine and recognizable slices of Americana is this wondrous disc introduced by Wham-O nearly five decades ago. From children's toy to competitive sports gear, Frisbee Disc IS the ultimate American pastime.You're born. You crawl. You walk. You learn to throw a Frisbee Disc. One of the most genuine and recognizable slices of Americana is this wondrous disc introduced by Wham-O nearly five decades ago. From children's toy to competitive sports gear, Frisbee Disc IS the ultimate American pastime. Now, Frisbee Disc spins onto your Nintendo DS system in this exciting new dual-pack that brings the spirit of Frisbee Disc to your DS. [DSI Games] Collapse
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 4
  2. Negative: 2 out of 4
  1. For its price, this game’s capabilities are pretty good. I’ve got another cliché yet relevant quote to end: “never judge a book by its cover.” And in this case, don’t judge this DS game by its cover either.
  2. Disc Sports as a concept has great potential. Sadly, this attempt fails to tap that potential and comes off feeling half-baked. Golf is playable, but that's about it. What's sad is that with a critical eye and bit more polish, it could have been truly stellar.
  3. If you’re only looking for an Ultimate or Disc Golf game that provides the bare minimum of gameplay possibilities and graphics, then this is your game. For the rest of us we still need the whole enchilada, beans and rice.
  4. 20
    It's almost as if the company wants to encourage players to put down their Nintendo DS systems, and get outside to enjoy the real Frisbee experience. Which would be noble if it was really the case, which it isn't.