Summary: Echochrome II is a great game that offers a real challenge for gamers of all ages. Plenty of variety is available to keep the game interesting and good use of Move controllers shows dedication to the platform. E-II is a puzzle game through and through. Like all good puzzlers the concept is simple to grasp, and well balanced to keep up the challenge and enjoyment. The premise is to guide a shadow man along a shadow walkway to the exit. Simple? Huh!
Summary: I loved the minimalist gem that was Echochrome on the PSP. but this sequel blows it out of the water and is hands down the single most convincing reason for Playstation's Move paraphenalia existing. The introduction of light & shadow is subtle but really expands the intricate puzzle gameplay.
Summary: Very clever puzzle game for all ages that makes great use of the Move™ controller. It's fantastic that this is available on Blu-Ray and not just a downloadable title. Not the most beautiful or graphically advanced game, but for great for those who love puzzles.
Summary: When I saw the commercials and advertisements for this game I was completely convinced it would feel like I was shining a flashlight on a puzzle to help the little mannequin guy do this thing like in the previous title. Perhaps something was off on my end but the way it controlled was too sensitive and it didn't convey that feeling of light on a surface as I was inclined to believe but When I saw the commercials and advertisements for this game I was completely convinced...
Summary: This is the best puzzle game (if not best game) the move has to offer. The IGN review is garbage as usual. There is no elevator music it is pretty much the same as the first game. Compared to the original game this one actually has colour and one third of the game is dedicated to puzzles where the blocks are coloured whenever your shadow man steps on the corresponding shadow. You can This is the best puzzle game (if not best game) the move has to offer.