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Mario's Picross was
a pretty much near-perfect Game
Boy cart. Slap it
on a big screen and power it with a 16-Bit engine, however, and you start to lose the appeal. Yeah, yeah- it's
addictive for quite some time, and it's
top to just tap into it and start playing, but where it fails is that although the
challenge naturally grows as you get
further in, the gameplay remains exactly
the bleedin' same, 100% of the time. You
chip chip chip, and you cross cross cross.
Sooner or later you'll become indecently
good at it all. Far too good at it all. So
good you simply won't need to play it
any more. Fun while it lasts, though..