Summary: Team 17 and SCEA have unleashed another
invasion of the lovable Lemmings on the PSP. Lemmings features the classic
gameplay and controls players have come to know and love over the years with
some cool extras. Adding a new layer of enhanced graphics, plus wi-fi and game
sharing gives the game a modern makeover with more than 100 levels in all.
Players can also create and share levels with friends and play some all-new
levels, which should add to the game's appeal.
Summary: The success of the Lemmings series isn't difficult to understand. For over a decade, gamers have been guiding the cheerfully brainless beasts to safety in a variety of endlessly engaging puzzle settings. And now, if you fork over $5.99 to the PlayStation Store, you can download the newest version right to your PlayStation 3. Actually, it's not really new--it's quite similar to last year's PlayStation Portable version.
Pros: Colorful visuals and charming audio, Online leaderboards let you compare your scores with others, The levels are as fun and challenging as ever
Cons: Missing the level editor and level sharing of the PSP version, Still no multiplayer
Excerpt: Lemmings, one of the longest running puzzle franchises in video games enters the handheld market for the third time, on the PSP. The control and the visuals translate beautifully to Sony’s hardware, but most of the levels in the game are maps that fans of the series first finished fifteen years ago. Despite the many job options available to you, and the endless strategies you can implement to try and beat each level, the controls are very simple.
Summary: Seit 1991 wuseln die von Psygnosis erdachten Lemminge in regelmäßigen Abständen über den Bildschirm. Nach ihrem furiosen PSP-Debüt satteln die selbstmordgefährdeten Nager jetzt auf die PlayStation 3 um.