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World Cup Of Pool

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Platform: DS
Tags: Sports, Pub Games
Developer: Midas Interactive


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World Cup Of Pool review

Reviewed March 31, 2010

Benjamin Woodhouse says: "Unfortunately, the inclusion of sixty stellar pros boils down to displaying a still photo before each match, because the computer certainly doesn't play like any of those big names. It fails to execute smart safeties. It will ignore tailor-made combinations that would result in a win. Worst of all, it simply flubs easy, straight-in shots. I've never seen it come close to running a rack."
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