Edge: Trash Panic Review

The creative use of Sixaxis' motion detection reveals the game's deep-rooted flaw: that puzzle games always favour the mathematical precision of clear cause and effect. Here, the unpredictability of the game's objects and their physics is unsatisfying in the long term, where success can too often seem a case of luck than skill or judgement. In many ways, Trash Panic represents the kind of inventive, inimitable Japanese release that comes all too infrequently – but here, such creativity has not been enough to turn an interesting idea into a brilliant one.

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TOO PAWNED3312d ago

So this is actually a 9 since 6 by Edge standards(when it comes to PS3 games) is 9...

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