Chess legend Garry Kasparov will soon have a Game Boy Advance game to his name, thanks to Titus.


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Chess fans will be experience games of chess as though they were playing against Kasparov thanks to the complex engine which runs the game, ensuring entirely accurate and realistic play.

The game has also been designed to appeal to total beginners too, with 50 chess tutorial modules to help guide new players in to the game. There's also enough to keep more advanced gamers going for some time, as there's 31 unique opponents, plus an added story mode where you can unlock further opponents.

Virtual Casparov will be making it's move on to the GBA in January 2002, priced at 24.99 - checkmate!