Excerpt: Zuma is a another budget priced puzzle/'casual' title from Popcap Games. Just like Bejewelled, it's all about making groups of the same colour disappear, but this time it's balls that you're popping, not gems. Please note that, throughout this review, we are avoiding any balls-related puns, because they're, well, balls.
Conclusion: Zuma succeeds in its purpose; it's an accurate translation of an easy to learn, hard to master title. Gameplay is the focus here, and those who enjoy seeking high scores or prefer simplicity with their gaming will find a lot to love, but core members of the PS3 audience will scratch their heads when they see Zuma alongside the stellar lineup of PSN titles.
Conclusion: Overall Turok is mediocre at best, offering a somewhat engaging experience with impressive sound, average visuals and some solid replayability if achievement hunting is your passion. The dinosaurs save Touchstones effort, from what would have been a very dull FPS without them. Dinosaurs are still cool.
Pros: Quality voice acting throughout, Good range of online modes, Dinosaurs are still cool
Cons: Frustrating in places, Human gun fights can be boring, An overall mediocre experience
Conclusion: Pour sa deuxième production à débarquer sur le PlayStation Store de la PS3, PopCap Games nous offre une prestation comparable à celle de son précédent titre : le gameplay est une fois encore bien trouvé, mais la réalisation laisse toujours quelque peu à désirer !
Pros: Un principe simple mais accrocheur, Le prix : seulement 7.99€
Cons: Une réalisation dépassée, Seulement deux modes de jeu, On peut y jouer gratuitement sur la toile