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0-D Beat Drop

0-D Beat Drop (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Cyclone Zero

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/11/2009
JP
11/11/2009

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Staff Reviews

0-D Beat Drop review

Reviewed April 25, 2010

Benjamin Woodhouse says: "0-D Beat Drop sets itself up as a fusion of rhythm and puzzle games, but the way it handles music doesn't fundamentally change the structure of its source material. No matter how many modes it throws at you, this is still an easier remix of Puyo Puyo with a different skin."
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