There isn't much to say when it comes to Peggle: Dual Shot. I applaud its simple yet clever design, and the flexibility of its gameplay: You don't have to play through it in sessions of predetermined length, as you would in a game like The Legend of Zelda, where starting and finishing a dungeon in one sitting is the preferred option. Instead, you can slowly chip away at it, one puzzle at a time, until you finally beat it. The game's upbeat, quirky, and sometimes humorous presentation doesn't hurt, either. Neither the graphics nor the music were that impressive, but technicalities like these don't really matter when you look at the bigger picture. The game is sure to alleviate boredom on long car rides or rainy days, especially if you're not looking for some sort of epic adventure or intense action. Peggle has an edge over other puzzles like Plants vs. Zombies, due to its "lasting appeal". The amount of content packed into the game is sure to last a while, and if not, there's always the challenge of 100%-ing (clearing every single peg) every level on Quick Play. Oh, and PS, the multiplayer is pretty OK. Nothing special.
No: I don’t recommend this product