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Mercury Meltdown Remix- PlayStation 2

Mercury Meltdown Remix- PlayStation 2
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Aug, 2014

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Mercury Meltdown Remix (PlayStation 2)

 

Not long after the PSP was launched, a quirky, offbeat puzzler by the name of Mercury came out. The premise wasn't too far off the path beaten from games like Marble Madness and Super Monkey Ball, but because the usual ball was replaced with a blob of...

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Mercury Meltdown Remix

 

When the PSP first launched, I, along with just about every other person covering the industry, expected Sony's new handheld to completely overpower and destroy the Nintendo DS. It really appeared that Nintendo was finally on the verge of losing the...

Overall, Mercury Metldown Remix is a fairly fun puzzle game on a console that is lacking in this genre. While it is worth checking out, I recommend the PSP version if you have access to the handheld console. Otherwise, steer clear of Remix unless you...

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Mercury Meltdown Remix

 

What could possibly go wrong playing with poisonous liquid metal?

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Mercury Meltdown Remix Review

 

Ignition's platformer puzzle game is just as fun on the PS2 as it is on the PSP.

If you like puzzlers and don't mind the lack of multiplayer than Mercury Meltdown Remix will be worth picking on the PlayStation 2. The gameplay is fun and challenging, the graphics are pretty decent and the overall theme of the game works well. If...

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[Mini-Review] Mercury Meltdown Remix

 

Remix is rehashed, but only if you haven't played the PSP games.

Still, here's a thought, Ignition: release the game with tweaked controls, a fully working camera and tilt support for the PlayStation Network. On the PS3 and for a good $10, the game could be one of those titles that everyone has just to properly show...

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Mercury Meltdown Remix PlayStation 2 Review

 

The addictive and innovative puzzler makes its debut on the PS2.

As far as puzzle games go, Mercury Meltdown: Remix is one of the fun ones. While the transition to the PS2 was not without its hurdles, it's a worth a try at least. With the wealth of levels, and multiple goals for each, it's got a lot of replay value...

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Mercury Meltdown Remix review

 

Years ago, a game came out in the arcade and on the NES called Marble Madness in which you had to guide a marble through hazardous terrains to a finish line within a time limit. Then, a few years ago, Sega came out with Super Monkey Ball. Now Ignition...

What then is my conclusion? Mercury Meltdown Remix is a game that could easily be enjoyed by the fanbases of Marble Madness and/or Super Monkey Ball. Still, this game fails to capture quite the level of excitement captured by Super Monkey Ball and, as...

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Metal Arms: Glitch in the System

 

Metal Arms is a third-person shooter starring a droid named Glitch on a mission to free his fellow robots from the tyrannical rule of General Corrosive and his evil android army. Taking place on the planet Iron Star, the game features 50 different mission

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Mercury Meltdown Remix (PS2) review

 

Taking 1 part excellent PSP puzzler and adding superior analogue controls and two new stages is an obvious formula for an excellent PS2 puzzle game experience. As a "remix" of the PSP original, the main improvement is the use of the PS2′s analogue...

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Mercury Meltdown Remix

 

Mercury has always been a great fit for the PSP, and Mercury Meltdown Remix simply hasn't been tailored to fit the PlayStation 2 as well as it could have been.

Stylised visuals ; New content over the PSP game

Too simple ; No multiplayer

Mercury has always been a great fit for the PSP, and Mercury Meltdown Remix simply hasn't been tailored to fit the PlayStation 2 as well as it could have been. It'll take a fair while to complete all of the levels, and even then there's 100% completion...

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