IGN Reviews – Lumines: Electronic Symphony – Game Review

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IGN Executive Editor Greg Miller reviews the new PS Vita game Lumines: Electronic Symphony. Part puzzler, part visual and musical explosion, does the latest …

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  1. Took me awhile to get into this game (on the psp)…but then things just started to click and make sense to me. I started to be able to make bigger combos and play quicker and more fluidly.
    And then it happened…I started to literally zen out to the game. I'd just float off into the amazing music and flashes from the backgrounds. I no longer needed to think, I just did. What an amazing experience that was…something no other game has given me sinse.

  2. Love this game. Lumines games are so relaxing and trance like. They pick great songs from genres I normally wouldn't listen to and the bright colors and design are a visual feast for your eyes.

  3. Stunning game. I have all of the Lumines series on PSP and also this one on Vita. They are all stunning but this one surpasses them all.

  4. i dont think he sucked. i honestly think he did a really good job presentating the game for ps vita. i am a huge fan of lumines and i found this helpful. 🙂

  5. It's like $10 shipped on that large south american river website right now. If you're at all interested in this, just buy it. Great gameplay and awesome music.

  6. Been playing the demo for hours, love it!! Today I'll be receiving the full game in the mail. How much more fun can it be? This was exactly the game I was looking for on the Vita! This will be my Tetris for the Vita, addiction in the palm of my hand.

  7. I simply cannot like this game, its so.. pointless. Fight for global highscore? Thats bullsh1t for me, never, NEVER played a game aiming for highscore, thats stupid… just like this game.

  8. You're paying too much attention to a descriptor as shallow as a number. Video games are not shallow. That is why I insist that the context of a review does a thousand times more justice than a score. If you have a problem with one man/woman giving a game an 8, which is "great" on IGN's scale, and not a 9, which doesn't render an 8 as garbage, you are trying way too hard to find justification and acknowledgement in your purchases.

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