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Puyo Puyo DA!

Puyo Puyo DA! (DC) game cover art
Platform: Dreamcast
Genre: Music (Dancing)
Developer: Compile

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
12/17/1999

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Staff Reviews

Puyo Puyo DA! review

Reviewed October 20, 2006

Zigfried says: "As much as I enjoy the atmosphere, this game isn't going to create any new fans. The characters' behavior is amusing only because I already know how they're supposed to act. Without any dialogue or actual character-to-character interaction, Puyo Puyo Da fails to internally flesh out anything."
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