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Fisher-Price: I Can Remember
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Console: Nintendo NES
Region:U
Year: 1990
RFG ID #: U-027-S-02320-A
Part #: NES-F5-USA
UPC: 043948500034
Developer: Beam Software
Publisher: GameTek
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Genre: Education
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Players: 1-2
Controller: Standard Controller
Media Format: Cartridge 64 KB
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  • 127 of 7391 collectors (1.7%) have this game in their collection
  • 6 of 7391 collectors (0%) have this game in their wishlist.
  • 0 of 7391 collectors (0%) have this game for sale or trade.
Overview:

The exciting game of memory has never been more exciting! And umm, that's it.

Review:

Memory. We've all played it. Whether we like it or not, we all know the basic concept. Flip two cards, and if they match you remove them from the playing field. Well, that's exactly what this game is. Absolutely nothing more whatsoever.

The game has three different settings. One with few cards, one with more cards than a few, and one with more cards than more cards than a few. But the game is still just your every day memory. The only difference is that you are playing it on a TV, and you have the option of playing against a computer. Whoopdefreakingdoo.

The game does have a few saving graces, such as the rather simplistic yet fun fact that it is memory. Playing against someone else is also satisfying. Finally, the different types of Fischer Price oriented cards is a bit interesting. Yup I'm really stretching for some good points here.

The game is memory; ergo, it doesn't warrant a very high score. Furthermore the fact that it is nothing more than memory does not help whatsoever. That being said, this game is dull.

RF Generation Review Score


35%

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