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Battle Chess

Battle Chess (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: General, Board Game
Developer: Beam Software
More Platforms: 3DO


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Battle Chess review

Reviewed April 24, 2004

denouement says: "Only in recent years, we have seen a computer, Deep Blue, beat the greatest chess player on the planet in a tournament, proving without doubt that a well-programmed logical machine can match any human intellect, at least in the world of chess. Of course, Battle Chess, being a Nintendo game, does not feature quite the level of sophistication that was built into the Deep Blue supercomputer. Still, it is able to accommodate and utilize all the rules of the game, and for most players will at least b..."
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