Summary: Hmm. Where to start? Many may find this game to be average but I think it's delectably delicious! The concept is easy enough: Connect four Puyos (the little, bouncy ball dudes =P) together to make a chain (Reaction), sending nuisance Puyos over to your enemy's side. Along the way your teacher, Professor Accord gives small tips on how to play.
Summary: This game, I love it!!! It's so much fun. Although, I prefer Kirby's Avalanche for Super Nintendo, the old version, but this one is pretty good too. The game mode that I love the most, is to play against 4 other players it can be the CPU or your friends. The single player mode, I don't like very much. The character that I like is the Cat, A hidden character, you get it after you fight in Run Run course.
Summary: Well, I've been a fan of the Puyo Puyo series since the Game Boy Advance (which isn't really all that long ago), but I was so hooked on the game from that system that I bought the Japanese version right when it came out for the DS. I racked up some pretty high scores just like before and the game's interests holds up for about six months or so, I'd say.
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19 July 2005
Summary: I'm a big fan of the Puyo Pop series. It's like Tetris with a twist - instead of falling squares, you have falling Puyos, little critters with wiggly eyes! The basic idea is that you are playing "tetris" head to head against an enemy. You both get the exact same falling colors, and have to connect them into chains to make them vanish and score points. If you create large chains, you get to drop clear Puyos down on your enemy, making their life more difficult.
Summary: If you like the series, then you've more than likely been waiting for a new addition and this fits in perfectly. Quite simply It's puyo pop at it's best with the inclusion of an all new Fever mode and up to 8 player mayhem. Don't worry if you don't have 7 other people to play with.. the CPU can fill in any empty spots. Don't hesitate if your thinking about a new DS games, this is among the best.
Summary: This is just as great as the arcade and just as addictive. Being able to play two players on two different DS consoles with the one Cartridge makes this a must have for the puzzle fan! Simply fun at its best!
Excerpt: "...The review title says Puyo Pop Fever for Nintendo DS, but I'm actually writing a review of the Nintendo Gamecube game. However, the games are identical! Having had MUCH more experience on the gamecube than on a DS, I feel I'm much more qualified to write about this!! The only difference is the two player option. Well, first things first then.. This game is very simple, easy to get the hang of and great fun to play. However. be warned.. It is horribly, ...
Summary: Un petit avis aujourd'hui sur un jeu (encore, et oui!) qui pourtant est un vrai coup de cœur d'abord découvert sur la PS2 avant qu'on ne me l'offre sur DS pour que je puisse emporter partout mon passe temps préféré ! Je vous avoue ne plus le sortir aussi souvent qu'avant, mais pour ce mois de juillet ou les avis jeux vidéos ont un bonus, j'y reviens ! (Oui j'avoue sans honte écrire des avis pour l'argent.
Excerpt: L'impressione iniziale di tutti è sempre la stessa: ma è solo tetris! E invece no, non ha niente a che fare con tetris, a parte che entrambi sono arcade. Nella modalità storia voi siete Amitie e incontrerete man mano avversari sempre più forti da sconfiggere con una bella partita a puyo pop!