Excerpt: The game of stacking blocks upon blocks continues to provide one of the most addictive gaming experiences available without a prescription. But what does the PS2 version do differently? Well not a whole hell of a lot, but that doesn't make it any less fun.
Conclusion: A mostly blah port, Lumines Plus survives almost exclusively on the merits of it's rock solid gameplay. The visuals and audio could have been better, as could the track list, but what's here is certainly worth the $20 asking price.
Excerpt: refers to… nothing I can discern. Mostly, the game plays like the original, right down to the familiar skins and music and puzzles. There must be differences, but they’re nothing immediately noteworthy, not unless you play
Conclusion: Lumines Plus is a port of a puzzle game released on the PSP just about two years ago. That one statement should tell you everything you need to know about the game. While it’s still a fun game to play, it feels severely outdated by all the improvements the series has made as it’s gone forward. Playing this version of the game is both awkward and outdated.
Excerpt: C'est bien connu, les concepts les plus simples sont généralement les plus addictifs. Difficile de faire plus simple que Lumines et par conséquent difficile de faire plus addictif. Une pluie de cubes bichromatiques qui disparaissent lorsqu'ils s'associent. C'est parti pour des heures d'hypnose.