Submitted by JL 1540d ago | review

AusGamers Review: Piyotama

AusGamers:

PSP Minis have a lot of potential. This line of bite-sized digital download games offers indie developers the chance to fill market niches that would be unviable in the blockbuster-driven retail realm. PSP Minis also offer consumers nuggets of gameplay at a fraction of the cost of normal games. But there's a catch: with PSP Minis, a nugget of gameplay is all you get...

Somewhere in the hoary wilderness of the Hotai forest lives the Piyomama, a giant chicken with an incredible reproductive system. The Piyomama can disgorge hundreds of eggs per minute; eggs that can be fertilised simply by arranging them into lines of matching colour. Once fertilised, the 'piyo' they contain hatch within seconds, and each piyo in turn is presumably capable of growing into a Piyomama in short order. The Hotai forest must be home to some fantastically voracious predators to keep the piyo population under control. (Piyotama, PS3, PSP) 7.5/10

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