Submitted by GreenRanger 1013d ago | opinion piece

TGL’s Best of 2012: Lumines Electronic Symphony

thegamingliberty.com: As reassuringly familiar as Vita’s hardware launch titles were, Lumines was up there with Uncharted and WipEout as one of the first must have established franchise expansions for Sony’s next gen portable. I positively loved Lumines on PSP; Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s clever advanced slant on the long established Tetris formula was as uniquely addictive as it was positively familiar. Lumines Electronic Symphony on Vita builds on Lumines’ unique charm and offers up a Vita must buy for puzzle enthusiasts and gamers who enjoy both marathons and sprints from they’re age old gaming formulas. (Lumines: Electronic Symphony, PS Vita)

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