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IGN UK (Dec 15, 2006)
Familiarity and limitations aside, Lemmings is still a fun pick-up for PlayStation 3 puzzle fans. Priced at only a couple of bucks and stacked with some admittedly cool challenges, it's definitely a good way to pass the time as we wait for bigger, meatier games headed down the road.
75 (Mar 06, 2007)
Jetzt mal ehrlich - wie herzverkleisternd süß ist das bitte? Im Hauptmenü regnet’s treudoof kuckende Lemminge, die weitbekannte Melodie sorgt im groovigen Remix für fröhliche Laune. Und im Spiel erst: Schnuffige Großnasen stapfen albern animiert durch kunterbunte Levels in Knuddel-HD - toll! Aber irgendwie bin ich nicht sicher, was ich von den neuen Welten halten soll. Klar, frisches Blut ist immer toll, außerdem bin ich für den allgemein gestiegenen Anspruch durchaus dankbar. Aber irgendwie fühlt es sich falsch an, wenn einem »Lemmings« im Hauptmenü entgegenprangt und man nicht einen Hauch von »A Beast of a Level« und Konsorten zu sehen bekommt. Darüber hinaus ertönt das berühmte »Oh No!« nur noch selten, es gibt keine farbenfrohe Sprengung der ausweglosen Lemminge mehr (stattdessen fallen sie auseinander wie Figuren aus Lego Star Wars), und das Item-Aufsammel-System fand ich schon in All New World of Lemmings eher lästig.
GamesRadar (May 10, 2007)
However, it's not all roses. First of all there's no multiplayer - at all. This is a bit of a blow considering that the nature of the game makes it perfect for internet face-offs. It's doubly irritating when even the original 16-year-old Amiga title featured split-screen two-player gameplay. Secondly, there are fewer levels - many of the other Lemmings games have had upwards of 120 stages. Here, your couple of bucks will "only" get you 40 levels - a combination of classic levels combined with all-new ones from the twisted minds of the rodent-masters at Team 17.
60 (UK) (Mar 23, 2007)
Make no mistake - £3.49 is fine value for money considering the quality of the core gameplay and the attention to detail in the PS3 upgrades. It can easily be argued that £3.49 is cheap enough to excuse just about any failing when you consider how much you are getting for your money, and how long those 40 levels will keep you occupied. It's just a little annoying to know that SCEE and Team 17 are holding back on us, that this game could have been so much more. Why not follow the ethos of Tekken: Dark Resurrection and make the game all it can possibly be? Why omit key gameplay elements and levels when you've already coded them on PSP? Why not at least provide the rest of the game as another £3.49 booster pack? Sony is doing a superb job in redefining the value proposition for downloadable software - but all things being equal, I'd rather take a £6.99 complete game as opposed to a depleted rendition that's half the price.
60 (Mar 21, 2007)
If you've never played Lemmings before then snap this up, but if you're already familiar with blockers and climbers, your PSN pennies are probably best spent elsewhere.