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Anticipation NES Nintendo Game Cartridge
Includes: Cartridge Only
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Description
Anticipation original NES Nintendo Game cartridge only - Cleaned Tested and Guaranteed to Work!
Product Details
UPC: 006121731069
Condition: Used
Genre: Action & Adventure
Platform: Nintendo NES
Region: NTSC (N. America)
Rating: Everyone
SKU:NES_ANTICIPATION
Customer Reviews
5 Star Review bien
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Reviewed by: from Chambly. on 2/1/2014
5/5
3 Star Review well its a boardgame
The game is just a boadgame dont expect much just add this to your collection
Reviewed by: from los angeles . on 1/3/2014
3/5
4 Star Review Anticipation!
When my sister and I were kids we use to borrow this game from a neighbor. I was so excited to find and buy it for my sister for her birthday. The game needs a little work to get going but once we get it, it works great. This may not actually be the fault of the game, as we still own out original NES system which is over 20 years old. The down side to this game is that I suck and my sister kicks my butt every time we play it.
Reviewed by: from Maryland. on 6/26/2013
4/5
4 Star Review Nintendo's first video board game
Anticipation was developed by Rare (so the soundtrack is very cool). It is playable as a single player with computer-controlled players or multiplayer with support for up to four players. The gameplay is similar to Pictionary. The player is represented by one of four game pieces: a pair of women's shoes, a horn, an ice cream cone, or a Teddy bear. As the game slowly draws a picture, the first person to buzz in and guess the correct answer moves forward on the game board. The number of spaces the player moves depends upon the number on the die, which counts down from 6 as the picture is drawn. Once a player correctly identifies a drawing for each of the four categories on a level, that player rises to the next-higher level. On the Easy and Medium difficulty levels, the first player to complete the third level wins the game. On the Hard and Very Hard difficulty levels, the first player to complete all four levels wins. The fourth level is identical to the third, except that some of the spaces are removed, and if a player lands on one of the removed spaces, he falls back down to the third level (but the player retains credit for whatever categories the player answered while on the fourth level, and can climb back to the fourth level by correctly answering a puzzle from the remaining categories).
Reviewed by: from Montreal. on 4/2/2012
4/5
2 Star Review Anticipation Review
Anticipation is a "board game" type game made by Rare. It can be played by up to 4 people, and has pretty fun gameplay. The huge downside to this game, is that it has a strange dice rolling element, that CPU players can take advantage of. Also someone who has played this, will likely remember puzzles from a previous play, and have a huge advantage over newer players. Nice cover art though! :)
Reviewed by: from NH. on 10/19/2011
2/5
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