Lumines 2 (PSP) Reviews
Product Type: Disney PSP games
Description:Manufacturer: Disney Interactive / / Lumines II is the highly anticipated sequel to the extremely addictive ... more
Lumines 2 (PSP) ... puzzle-based video game, Lumines. To play Lumines II, gamers control squares made of four smaller block pieces that are dropped into the playing field, one at a time, to form same-colour rectangles. The vertical timeline sweeps across the playing field from left to right, and wipes the same-colour rectangles from the playing field. Unmatched blocks pile up and the game ends when the pile gets to the top of the playing screen. Advance through many action-packed levels, each with its own musical theme and sound effects. Lumines II also features music written exclusively for the game by Japanese artist Shinichi Osawa, also known as MONDO GROSSO, who provided the opening track for the original Lumines. Tracks from Ken Ishii (DJ/producer) and TECHRIDERS, both from Japan, are also in the game. With more than 60 stylish skins, wireless two-player ad hoc gameplay, all new battle modes, sensational new 3D backgrounds, and all-new graphics and streaming video, Lumines II promises to deliver an addictive video game experience on a whole new level.
Newest Review: ... in this game. A very simple concept, this game resembles an update of tetris. Rather than different shaped blocks, squares ... more
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Lumines II (PSP)
Lumines II is the sequel to popular puzzle - action game. Gamers ...
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
Customer Lumines 2 (PSP) Reviews (3)
by - written on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Can I just say right off the bat...This is one of my favourite puzzle-type games OF ALL TIME. Lumines is addictive beyond belief, and a fantastic game to just carry about in your PSP for a quick game when you're waiting in line at the checkout or sitting on the bus, but make sure you remember to get off at your stop because believe me, you can get pretty absorbed in this game. A very simple concept, this game resembles an update of tetris. Rather than different shaped blocks, squares made up of 4 blocks fall from the top of the screen, each block being one of two colours. You then rotate these squares to connect at least 4 small blocks of the same colour, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/08 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Being a total gaming freak, of my two portable consoles my Nintendo DS Lite gets the most attention. However, Lumines II on the PSP is one of my favourites. The graphics are far superior on the Sony PSP, but the games are often lacking in addictiveness. Lumines 2, like the original, is a modern take on the classic Tetris game. The main aim of the game is to build blocks into squares of four matching colours. The background graphics are crazy, so so colourful ranging from plain to photographic backgrounds. As the levels progress, the colours of the blocks, the backgrounds and the music changes, but without pause... this is a good idea, as it makes the game ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/08 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Lumines is back, and this time its set to be even better than its first outing on PSP. But does the Lumines 2 beat its younger sibling? Gameplay: Lumines is a basic puzzle game that combines music and classic puzzle action. Its what you would expect to get if you sent Tetris off to a dance club, with a pocket packed full of speed. The idea of the game is to get as many points as possible by making squares. Squares can be made when 4 blocks of the same colour make a 2x2 box. There is only ever 2 different coloured blocks in the gameplay at one time and so you only have 2 things to aim for. As you aim to make squares, different 2x2 blocks will fall from the ... Read the complete review
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