Excerpt: Echochrome is a puzzle game unlike anything I've seen before. Handhelds seem to have become increasingly focused on puzzle games, with almost every one falling into more traditional genres of sliding tiles. Then, here comes Echochrome to inject a fresh take on the genre.
Pros: Unique, stripped back and simple theme, easy to pick up and put down
Cons: You wont want to put it down, possibly could become repetitive if played for a long time in one go
Conclusion: Echochrome is one of the most original games for many years; the basis of how it works are simple yet this game is really difficult at times; it reminds me of the orginal Lemmings. Anyone can learn how to play this but it will eb difficult to master.
Conclusion: Echochrome is one of those clever well thought out games that will sadly be overlooked by many people. The concept of the game is that perception is reality which means whatever view of the world you currently see is the way it is.
Conclusion: This game is so stupendously addictive you won't be able to put it down. Granted it's a little tricky and takes a while to get the hang of, but on Christmas day even my Nan gave it a go... There are enough maps to keep you going for ages, plus the editor means you could go on indefinitely.
Conclusion: Another fantastic game that PSP owners around the world complain doesn't exist. Like Patapon, this will have you hooked for hours and hours. Simple yet highly effective. And the addition of a level creator means this game can last indefinitely.
Summary: If you are an avid fan of puzzle games or just feel like giving all your other games a break (or feel like you have neglected your PSP) turn to Echochrome for solice. Uniquely set in a dimension of obscurity, where your main objectives are to spin levels to create new pathways and to avoid dead ends...