Virtual Kasparov

Virtual Kasparov

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Virtual Kasparov

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Virtual Kasparov is a chess video game released by Titus Software for the PlayStation and Game Boy Advance. Game can be played against beginners, novices, champions, or personality players. Games that Garry Kasparov played during his career, as well as interviews about his chess career, can be viewed in the game.

Game Boy Advance Version

The main mode of the Game Boy Advance is the story mode. The player starts with two continents to play on, Africa and the Americas. After four players on one continent are beaten, a fifth opponent is unlocked. When four players from both Africa and the Americas are defeated, two new continents are unlocked Asia (sans Russia) and Europe (sans Russia). Once four players from both Asia and Europe are defeated the player is granted access to the subcontinent of Russia. There are a total of 31 opponents in Virtual Kasparov. Opponents are of various ages, backgrounds, experience levels, and geographic locations. Every opponent has a short backstory in story mode.

Critical reaction

Game Boy Advance

Steve Butts of IGN gave the Game Boy Advance version of Virtual Kasparov a score of 6.5 out of 10. He said the game "suffer from some considerable shortcomings, most notably in the area of presentation. The AI is still good enough to make the game enjoyable and challenging, but the lack of some key features leaves you feeling somewhat unsatisfied." At the time of IGN's review, Virtual Kasparov was the only chess game available on the...
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