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Submitted by negative_zero 510d ago | review

Crashmo 3DS eShop Review | Negative World

Andrew N from Negative World says: "I’m sure that you have had the experience of anticipating a sequel to a game that, on paper, looks like it will completely change the formula in major ways, only to get your hands on the final product and realize that it is, essentially, the same ol’ game with a new coat of paint. Crashmo (developed by Nintendo’s own Intelligent Systems) is the exact opposite of this. Crashmo’s changes to the formula established by its predecessor Pushmo sound modest enough in theory, and visually it looks very similar to Pushmo as well, so you could not be blamed for thinking that it is a fairly straightforward sequel. The reality, however, is that those seemingly minor changes lead to a fundamentally different puzzle game which requires you to throw out much of what Pushmo taught you and approach things from a completely new viewpoint." (3DS, Crashmo) 8.8/10

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