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22 April 2012
Summary: This is the worst Mizuguchi's game by far... The PSP version of this game is highly superior in all aspects as music, graphics, experience... If you're looking for an upgraded vesion of the original, this is not your game.
Excerpt: This game is actually really good. I like the music that's put into the game. Also, the crisp, clean graphics look great on most sets. The only problem I have is the "Wiz Ur Own Musik" mode and the "Revenge" mode, which both are poorly executed and tacked on.
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Excerpt: I enjoy puzzle games. Beyond that, I enjoy to one degree or another most beat-based games. Lastly, I enjoy visual effects (anyone remember the Voodoo Lights screensaver?). This game nicely delivers them all in a coherent package that entertains and mystifies (and probably hypnotizes on occasion).
Excerpt: I have only played the trial but I have been wanting this game for quite some time, it is so entertaining! I played the trail game for hours and hours... Just my limited supply of Microsoft Points keeps me from purchasing this, awesome arcade game(Undertow and the new H3 maps as contributed to me...
Summary: I wanted to like this game as it dares to be original - but - I simply can't. It's nothing more than merely "OK" as the gameplay is far too repetitive and dull. It isn't as trippy as people have made out either.
Summary: Sure, it could have more stuff, better or more descriptive graphics, but let's get down to the basics. It plays music (to which you can add your own soundtracks, note) and you make pretty explosions to the music. Some people will enjoy this. Some people will not. I do. It makes me happy.
Summary: As it stands now, E4 is a major disappointment. The endless mode is so easy that it's really only an exercise in endurance: you play till you want to, period. The so called GeoWars like "revenge mode" is borderline broken as well: just use the frontal shot and make left-right sweeps of the screen...
Summary: Yuk yuk yuk, headache inducing, devoid of any retro-cool, horrible music... I can see how it might amuse on a portable device, but sitting in front of it in the living room when I could be dashing across Valhalla with a blue flag in my mits, nailing that difficult riff in GH2, or hurtling through...