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Deal Or No Deal (Nintendo DS)

Platform : Nintendo DS
2.7 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Contestant Mode: Take your place in the crazy chair and try and sell your box for the most amount of money possible
  • Forfeit Mode: Build up your earnings in the Contestant & Banker Mode And unlock the special Forfeit Mode where you can have fun with your friends & family by adding your own forfeits
  • Banker Mode: Play the role of The Banker and try to make the virtual contestant accept the lowest offer possible
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  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000TT7NTI
  • Release Date: 9 Nov. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,084 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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A quarter of a million pounds. 22 boxes and no questions... except one: Deal or No Deal?

The eagerly awaited Deal or No Deal NDS Game puts you on the same walk of wealth as contestants on Edmond's award-wining game show broadcast on Channel 4, only this time it's virtual.  Maybe the game looks easy from the comfort of your armchair? Here's your chance to prove you've got what it takes!

The basis of the game is the same as in the TV Show: the player is presented with 22 boxes and must select one box to keep for himself that they will only open at the end of the game.

Each box contains an amount of money ranging from 0.01p to £250,000 but no one knows for sure which one contains what prize.

The player must open each of the boxes in any order per round. After a certain amount are opened, “the banker” will make a monetary offer for the player's own, still unopened box.

The player can choose to accept the offer for the box and "Deal" or choose "No Deal" to continue to play in the hope of a better offer later or more valuable prize when they open their own box.


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simple, do not buy this game it is total rubbish. I bought it as I am a fan of the show but wish I had not bothered as I traded it in 1 week later. It is slow, boring with not much point to it.
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I like Deal or No Deal a lot as a show, but essentially it is a fairly slim concept. You open boxes, the banker makes you an offer and you accept or reject. It can be really gripping television but sadly this attempt at making it into a game falls flat.

The Nintendo DS version has three options - the regular game, playing as the banker or a forfeits version. There is also a mini-game that crops up once a game and will soon become grating as you have to follow a moving box and correctly identify it. Whilst the makers clearly want to add some variety to the game, by only having one such challenge it quickly becomes a chore. It would have been better to have a number of assorted tasks that can be completed. Variable difficulty levels might have made it more entertaining too - I certainly never had any problem following the boxes.

The option to play as the banker is certainly an interesting twist (though the moving boxes mini-game makes an unwelcome appearance) though the novelty wears out fairly quickly.

The biggest problem with this title is repetition. You'll see the same tired old banker comments repeat each game, the musical score is bland and you will come to dread the appearance of the mini game.

Then again, it was a near-impossible task for the game's makers - without the tension in the studio the atmosphere of the show never really comes to life. Whilst it is fun to see a digital version of Noel Edmonds (and a number of interesting looking individuals holding boxes), the novelty quickly wears off.
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I literally played this once and i couldn't stand it any longer, the graphics are rubbish, the game play is terrible and even the banker isn't realist. When you first start this game, you can choose Banker or contestant mode, well i chose contestant mode as thats what the tv show is. So the game starts and you see this awful interpretation of Noel edmonds, and the game starts, you scroll through the boxes 3 at a time, which wastes time, and you choose the boxes, 5 boxes later, you've taken out the 5 lowest amounts and the banker offers... £1000, Now if that was in the show you would have got maybe £7000 or a bit more, but no. Then you get this crazy little mini game where the cup is hidden in the box and if you get it right 3 times, then you get and increase in the offer, what is the point? Totally a waste of money in my opinion.
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Right, I'll just start a new game. The game board is in the top screen, and I'm sitting as the contestant. All the blue numbers are down the left-hand side, and all the red numbers all on the right hand side. The screen at the back is blank, and is non-animated. I have a cup with a question mark on it, as per the game, and the banker's telephone is on the left-hand side of the table -- if I'm sitting as the contestant, shouldn't it be on the right hand side? Never mind.

I now have to choose my box to start. Hang on; since when did a contestant get to choose his own box? Never mind, I'll choose it. I'll choose box number 12. I see the first three boxes on the bottom screen, so I've got to go right, right, right, and only now can I see box number 12. I can't use the arrow keys to get there; I've got to use the touch screen. Right, I'll click on it. It disappears from the bottom screen, and goes on the table in the top screen -- off centre. Boy, is Noel going to be livid about that; but no.

I now have three boxes in front of me, with three different contestants. The boxes are 10, 11 and 13. I had two thoughts: why are the boxes in numerical order, and what happened with the separation of West Wing and east wing? There is now no point in me going to the centre of the West Wing, or where the Black widow once stood. My first box is going to be box 1, so I go right, right, right, right; no I can't. I can see boxes 20, 21, and 22, and there is a right arrow, but however hard I press it, I can't wrap around. If that is the case, why is the right arrow there? left I go. Why isn't there an option for me to see all the boxes on the touchscreen, and for me just to click one of them?

I've just revealed £15,000, £35,000 and £100,000; the audience reaction?
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After winning £252,000 I decided that I really don't like this game!! How can I win more than the offered jackpot? Surely that is a game error!

Slow graphics, slow gameplay and an annoying mini game called Beat The Banker which offers you bonuses just make this game boring.
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I actually requested this item for Christmas and regret it now. There is nothing much to the game and after two games I am bored. Easy to play but boring, lacks the suspense element of the TV show. More mini games could have been included alongside the 3 card trick and the opportunity to ask those with the boxes what they thought you should do would have made it a bit more interesting but overall, does not inspire you to play it over again and again. Not a good deal.
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