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Every Extend Extra (PSP)

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Description

Every Extend Extra is a remake of the popular freeware game Every Extend and in all main aspects of gameplay it sticks to its independent roots. The main difference between E3 and the original game is E3's music adaptation, just like the other Tetsuya Mizuguchi's synesthesia titles (Lumines and Rez). E3's main arcade mode allows the player to advance through different stages, each of them featuring different background, enemy designs, music, bosses and a varying pace of play.

As in the original game you too are unable to shoot. The only way of defense is to detonate your "ship" in the vicinity of the enemy. Enemies appear in randomized patterns, and the main goal is to detonate at the right moment and position, to set up a chain reaction of explosions and earning a combo bonus. Blowing oneself up takes away from your overall stock of lives, with a new life being issued at specific amounts of points.

The original game has been included with the PSP version as well.

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Every Extend Extra PSP Main menu
Every Extend Extra PSP Explosions in the Sakura Drive stage
Every Extend Extra PSP Title screen
Every Extend Extra PSP Game mode selection menu

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The Press Says

Games Master Apr, 2007 84 out of 100 84
Game Chronicles Nov 27, 2006 8.2 out of 10 82
Gamers' Temple, The Nov 17, 2006 80 out of 100 80
Worth Playing Feb 25, 2007 7.5 out of 10 75
Gaming Age Nov 29, 2006 B 75
4Players.de Feb 15, 2007 74 out of 100 74
GameSpot Nov 28, 2006 6.7 out of 10 67
UOL Jogos Nov 02, 2006 3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars3 Stars 60
1UP Nov 07, 2006 C+ 58
Game Revolution Nov 21, 2006 C- 42

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Stratege (15342) added Every Extend Extra (PSP) on Feb 13, 2007