Reviews and Problems with Lumines: Electronic Symphony
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This is a really cool game that can be highly addictive
Steven Blakeslee, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: This is a really cool game that can be highly addictive. The playing mechanics are quite simple. You get a block, each corner of the block is 1 of 2 colors. You try to match the colors to the blocks that are already on the screen to create blocks that have all 4 sides the same color. That's it.
Summary: As a fan of the original Lumines on the PSP, there was a lot the makers could've done to alienate existing fans from the game. This is not one of them. Yes, the music has obviously changed but the mechanism is still the same and after almost a decade after the original PSP version, this game is...
Summary: This is so much fun to kill time with, I was on a 8 hour plane trip and played this until my battery died. Started it up and felt like only 30 minutes had gone by when I was 5 hours into my plane ride. If you want a good addicting puzzler get this game.
Summary: I had purchased Lumines with the PSP, and so I purchased Lumines again when I purchased the Vita. The game is pretty much the same as the PSP's version. There are some online components added to it, but at its core, it's still the same fun fast paced puzzle game with a great soundtrack.
Summary: There are two dropping block games in my book. There is Tetris and there is Lumines. Both are stellar. This is the latest iteration of Lumines and it deserves the name. If you are new to Lumines, give it some time. Learn some strategy.