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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Mar 19, 2009.
lol. I just played this with my mom.
Yeah, I'd probably get it for my mom.
I love board games. I love spelling and words. I love video games. I better love this game.
Imagine if DS was to replace all forms of board games... Every family member has a DS, and plays from wherever in the house. Things would be very uninteresting...
Hm, I wonder if this is the same as scrabble 2009 edition, both came out at the almost same time
I was wondering the same thing...can anyone confirm?
Nah. This one is by EA. The other one is Ubisoft.
Scrabble USA is not the same as the euro versions I think its because Hasbro own rights in USA & Canada where as Mattel own the rights for Scrabble in the rest of the world so EA got Hasbro game & Ubisoft got the Mattel version :S
scrabble 2009 Edition is pretty much the same game as the Scrabble 2007 Edition in presentation (ugly) but has an option so u can turn off "vulgar" words appearing in the game,
also it has a texas hold em no limits type game but with letters instead otherwise seemed the same game as 2007 Edition to me, haven't played the game much though tbh
Scrabble USA is presented better in some ways (looks more like recent scrabble u see on pc etc)
unlike the euro version you hold the DS in vertical book style, and instead of playing against cartoon people u play against cute animals it seems, haven't played much of it either
None of the Scrabble DS games have an online option which seems lazy and i think is pretty poor.
did you say.... "Imagine".... jeez now ubisoft is probably going to make a game about that scenario...
i wish scrabble had wifi.
itd be pretty fun to play online and stuff.
This version seems much worse than the Euro version. Weak.
I can demolish everyone here in Scrabble, DS or physical.