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Echochrome (PSP)

Echochrome (PSP)
alaScore 88

68 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 68 reviews of Echochrome (PSP). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Echochrome (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 68 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

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Echochrome Review

 

A challenging, awe-inspiring, overly joyous experience

A challenging, awe-inspiring, overly joyous experience.

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Truly Mind-Bending

 

echochrome turns perspective into reality like no game before it. Just make sure you've got some aspirin on hand.

With little beyond some ambient, meandering, violin-driven music and the constant clack-clack-clack of footfalls to the audio and start white on simple lines, echochrome's minimalist approach extends to all parts of the experience. It's also one of the...

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Echochrome Review

 

Echochrome proves that simple can still be fun.

Echochrome PS3 Game Guide

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Echochrome

 

Arty puzzler is a brain-breaking experience

Minimalist art style ; Brain-warping puzzles ; Feeling smart with victory

Feeling dumb with defeat ; Not exactly colorful ; Somewhat short

The most obvious reason to play Echochrome is its often perplexing challenges, but it’s also a pleasant place to relax - echoing footsteps and other sound effects make it feel like you’re in the Louvre, and the lilting classical music goes perfectly...

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Echochrome [PlayStation Network]

 

Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment's Japan studios, Echochrome is a unique downloadable game from the Playstation Network that challenges players to think in 3D as they navigate puzzles inspired by the works of famous perspective-bending Dutch artis

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EchoChrome

 

Great puzzle game for those who want to stretch their grey cells. The artwork is fabulous, the level design devious - it has everything you need to while away a rainy weekend.

Awesome design, unique gameplay, crisp HD artwork

Repetitive sound and music, hard to know when things are lined up properly, some levels may be so difficult you'll want to burn your TV down

One for the puzzle junkies.

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Echochrome Review (PSP)

 

Have you ever seen the drawings of M.C. Escher? He specialised in drawings which were actually optical illusions. When you first saw them, they looked fine – ‘Oh look – People walking up some stairs in a lovely tower – How quaint' – Then you suddenly...

The game comes in two versions. The retail UMD disc which is the bees-knees, and the slightly cut-down version called Echochrome Micro, which is available for download via the Playstation store.

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Echochrome

 

We fondly recall everybody's favourite time travelling duo Marty McFly and Emmet ‘Doc' Brown's tyres squeal their way through the space time continuum at eighty eight miles an hour in Back to the Future through the late eighties and early nineties....

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Echochrome

 

Echochrome takes you into a topsy-turvy world of 3D mid-air mazes, where your aim is to guide a wandering mannequin along a series of pathways. Sudden drops and dead ends may appear to make this a difficult task, but in echochrome solving a problem is...

Echochrome is the ultimate puzzle game for the PSP that is definitely recommended to "thinking" gamer or for those that love puzzle games and this is one of the those games. Brilliant due to its simplicity!

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echochrome

 

A must-buy-buy-buy...

The third law, Perspective Existence, deals with making gaps disappear. By positioning the camera in such as way that a gap is blocked visually, the game treats it as though it doesn't exist. In other words, the gap isn't there and the path continues...

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