How can somebody truly enjoy this piece of "work"? I find it humorous (lie) that the cover has the default stock skeleton warrior challenging you.. How can you "strategically" position those balls if the enemy ALWAYS receives a Massive drop of skulls at EVERY turn of its?! How about if you're having some difficulty with the opponent? Can you "walk" around it and try something else? ....NO. I don't believe you can it seems, and can you shut off that annoying wench when you win/fail a round? ....Again - NO.
This games for all you masochists out there who thrill in the barrage of endless defeats by a opponent that constantly out-plays you by "chanced" drops at every turn of its. So enjoy, you sick people you.
Decent puzzle action but the RPG aspect interrupts
posted by infp76 (SAINT PAUL, MN) Feb 23, 2008
Member since Nov 2007
There something about puzzle games that makes them more enjoyable on handhelds. I played Luxor for both PC and 360 but didn't really enjoy the 360 version. I just bought a PSP and was anxious for a puzzle game so this is the first one I rented from GF. I'm not into RPG games at all, so I didn't like this game very much. The concept is pretty decent, I'll give it that, but I just dropped this one back in the mail hoping that the next puzzle game I get is more "pure" puzzle. But it's all good, I'll just jam on the Syphon Filter game I rented as well.