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Nokia N-Gage Gray Console

Nokia N-Gage Gray Console
alaScore 78

10 reviews

Dec, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews of Nokia N-Gage Gray Console. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other Game Consoles for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Game Consoles the Nokia N-Gage Gray Console is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review (shopping.com)

The Worst of Both Worlds

 

Look up on the shelf! It's a phone! It's a videogame handheld! No wait; it's a REALLY bad idea! The Nokia N-Gage sounds interesting at first, and since most new phones have screens that allow some kind of game play, why not develop a hybrid of the two...

It DOES handle both gaming and phone needs

It handles both poorly

Mar, 2006

Consumer review (shopping.com)

Gone, but not gone yet.

 

Everyone said the Nokia N-gage 1 would be discontinued in 2 years tops. They were wrong, HAHAHA! ....erm....it was 1 actually. :(

Great phone and great for listening to music, and can't argue with the gaming

The design. That's it

May, 2005

Consumer review (shopping.com)

N-Gage, Don't look too good

 

Brace yourself people, the review may be a rocky ride for N-Gage fans. When reading this expect to tumble down a mountain of criticism, but also catch air off kicker ramps of positivity (Sorry, been playing Tony Hawk Under Ground 2 a bit just then) In...

Good FM Radio, Ring tones and wallpapers. Comfortable at times

Small screen, small memory, no shoulder buttons, bad design for changing games, crappy

Apr, 2005

Consumer review (shopping.com)

NGage-Great phone that got a bad rap

 

I bought this phone about 2 1/2 months ago, long after all the backlash. Let's get to the issues.

Feature rich Bluetooth Music paradise (radio&mp3) Great screen

No IR port No camera Annoying way of changing games

Oct, 2004

Consumer review (shopping.com)

Let's do the Taco talk! It's not a Gameboy, it's not quite a phone...

 

The Nokia N-Gage is trying to be both a phone and a gaming device. How well does it hold up as either? Well, not very good. For 200 bucks, you can get yourself an N-GAGE, (100$ with an provider). Well, would I pay 200$ for a Gameboy? Depends, how good...

Console layout for playing games, Midi / Wav Ring tones

Taco Phone design, Battery Removal to swap memory / games?, no Midp-2

Jun, 2004

Consumer review (shopping.com)

Complete Essential Review

 

MAIN FEATURES - COMES WITH:

At 199 Euro you get a lot of things

Short battery life if used intensively

Apr, 2004

Consumer review (shopping.com)

Great product with a few quirks

 

I just purchased the Nokia N-Gage a few days ago and so far it's been a great experience overall. Those wondering if the $199 pricetag is worth it shouldn't worry, especially since now Gamestop and EBGames have a promo that includes 3 games with the...

Numerous phone features, capable gaming device, Bluetooth-enabled, cheap price (as of

Awkward earpiece, strange key layout, minor app glitch, short battery life when gaming

Dec, 2003

Consumer review (shopping.com)

N-Gage. Is it "N-Gaging" enough to Justify the Cost?

 

You notice two things pretty quickly when you first unbox Nokia's new N-Gage. First, it's a lot smaller than you think it will be (and this after having already spent time with it at E3 and several retailers). Second, this thing is not so much one...

All in one device is perfect for travelers weighed down with multiple devices

Odd Screen orientation can be troublesome for gaming

Dec, 2003

Consumer review (shopping.com)

Does N-Gage Have The Power To Conquer The Hand Held, Video Game & Cellular Market?

 

Tons of features, excellent graphics, downloadable games, MP3 player and more

Expensive, easy to lose game cartridges, monthly fee for service

Nov, 2003

Consumer review (shopping.com)

Cell Phone, Game Deck, and Multi-Media Player--Can you afford it?

 

This was one of those things that I really wanted to surprise my son for Christmas with. I'm glad I secretly found out how he felt about it before spending over $300.

It's capable of some great features; can be used as a stand-alone game unit

Terrible sound, poor design, horribly hard to change games. No help in finding

Oct, 2003