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The Mini version is great on the PSP, since there is no better alternative, but on PS3 you’re much better off with the sequel. The price tag of $4.99 puts it more on par with a full PSN release than the traditional Mini price point, but it also feels like a full PSN release and is visually on par with anything else on the system. I find it to be one of my go-to titles when I’m looking to kill some time, but it has the potential of eating up even bigger chunks of your day if you get into an obsessive, point collecting frenzy. It’s not the definitive version of the first game, or even the best one out of the two, but it’s a must-buy it if you own a PSP.