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Lumines

Lumines (PSP) game cover art
Platform: PSP
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Q Entertainment

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03/23/2005

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Staff Reviews

Lumines review

Reviewed March 20, 2006

Jason Venter says: "You’ll know when you’re there because your fingers will be moving as if they aren’t yours, and your score will be skyrocketing. You’ll be flicking tiles this way and that, dropping one in one place and hardly even noticing as it begins to flash because you’re already working with the next play."
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Lumines review

Reviewed January 12, 2005

Michael Scott says: "What makes all this such a standout success however is how Mizuguchi-san has played with established genre concepts in blending the puzzle based action with his own particular passion for synaesthesia style music. The more squares you match up and cancel out the more interesting the tunes get, the faster you'll play, the deeper Lumines takes you. Catch 22, and now we're hooked!"
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Reader Reviews

Lumines review

Reviewed June 03, 2005

gazgt says: "There was a game that came out for the PS2 about 2 years ago that looked set to revolutionise the way videogames looked, by making the gameplay have an impact upon the sound and visuals of the game, and vice versa. The graphics pulsed in time to the pounding techno music, the tunes themselves grew more complex as each level progressed and got trickier, each time an enemy was destroyed they emitted an electronic pulsing sound that went in time to the music. It looked fantastic, sounded beautiful,..."
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