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Submitted by GodisaGeek 145d ago | review

Picross e3 Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "If you already love Picross, then consider e3 a new collection of puzzles and little else (much like every entry in the series, in fact). This puzzle game is still as addictive and as fun as ever, providing a light challenge that can easily be enjoyed when your gaming sessions require something a little calmer. Unfortunately, there’s a real sense of deja vu this time around, and the next Picross game really needs to try something new to breathe life into the series.

For those that are new to Picross, I suggest that you’re better off getting the previous e2 version, while fans may want to think about whether a few more puzzles is enough to spend money on this lazy edition. As mentioned earlier, Picross ain’t broke, but it does need more than just a lick of pink paint." (3DS, Picross e3) 6/10

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