Chessmaster Game Boy Advance
Metascore
76

Generally favorable reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. Though extremely difficult and loaded with useless features, Chessmaster is a good game to have for your GBA collection.
  2. 80
    Though extremely difficult and loaded with useless features, Chessmaster is a good game to have for your GBA collection.
  3. It has 150 famous matches for you to watch, so you can learn from the world’s best games of all time, and progress towards your goal of becoming one of the world’s chess masters.
  4. It has 150 famous matches for you to watch, so you can learn from the world’s best games of all time, and progress towards your goal of becoming one of the world’s chess masters.
  5. What was most surprising about Chessmaster was its inclusion of a tutorial that teaches you in set games how to best maximize the use of your pieces, including tricky moves like castles and turning pawns into queens.
  6. 78
    What was most surprising about Chessmaster was its inclusion of a tutorial that teaches you in set games how to best maximize the use of your pieces, including tricky moves like castles and turning pawns into queens.
  7. 75
    While it still suffers from comparison to the recent PC version of the same series, Chessmaster is the better of the two chess games currently available for the GBA.
  8. 75
    While it still suffers from comparison to the recent PC version of the same series, Chessmaster is the better of the two chess games currently available for the GBA.
  9. It's fun for novices and pros, and the game can help all players sharpen their skills. [May 2002, p.140]
  10. 72
    It's fun for novices and pros, and the game can help all players sharpen their skills. [May 2002, p.140]

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