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Every Extend Extra – Review

Again Mizuguchi's work has taken to the PSP with a precision and slickness few can match; the vivid colours and spectacular effects are revelling in that luxurious screen as if it were launch day. Although initially the audio interactivity feels straightforward and nothing beyond Rez or Lumines territory, the simple masterstroke of quickening the music tempo in line with accumulated ‘Quicken' power-ups (and therefore the game speed) adds a tense, breakneck sense of danger to high score runs.

Every Extend Extra – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Fantasy Violence

Every Extend Extra

Game Description: Every Extended Extra is a unique arcade-style puzzle experience! When your ship enters a colorful vortex, you're sucked into the action as you take one weird enemies. Use your ability to set off explosions to take out enemies, and your skills at dodging and weaving to keep from colliding with them—then set off that big boom that takes them all out. Think fast and use your brain to avoid going BOOM yourself.

LocoRoco – Second Opinion

I'd be very hard-pressed to pick another game on the PSP which is as memorable in terms of audio and visuals as this one is. It stands out, has its own style, and is impossible to mistake for anything else. has personality in spades. What it does not have is gameplay.

Lumines II – Review

Mizuguchi's latest experiment in merging simple mechanics with mesmerizing feedback remains an invigorating success, and probably more compulsive and complete than any other he's conducted, even if it's not necessarily the final word on the subject.

Lumines II – Consumer Guide

According to the ESRB, this game contains: Lyrics, Mild Violence, Suggestive Themes

Lumines II

Game Description: Lumines II is the sequel to popular puzzle-action game. Gamers control squares made of four smaller block pieces that are dropped into the playing field one at a time to form same-color squares. The vertical "timeline" sweeps across the playing field from left to right and wipes the same-color squares from the playing field. Unmatched blocks pile up, and the game ends when the pile gets to the top of the playing screen. Advance through many action-packed levels, each with its own musical theme and sound effects.

Mercury Meltdown – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: No content descriptors.

Ultimate Ghouls 'N Ghosts – Review

Across its 21-year history, Capcom's Ghosts 'N Goblins series has always elicited an appropriately ghoulish mix of exasperated sighs and lilting murmurs of approval.

Ultimate Ghouls 'N Ghosts – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Animated Blood, Fantasy Violence

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