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Defunct Games (Jan 09, 2005)
If you love puzzle games, then get this as you are going to love it, if you are stuck between this and Puzzle Bobble, go for this, you won't be disappointed, the little extras like being able to select the appearance of the Puyos edge it in front. Sorted. Respect due.
Consoles Plus (Mar, 2000)
Un jeu de puzzle idéal pour les longs trajets en train ou en avion, et qui est jouable à deux (mais pour cela, il faut posséder deux consoles, un câble Link et deux cartouches, sans oublier le poto qui avec).
Portable Review (Oct 01, 2007)
As I said earlier, Puyo Pop is a well-made port of PP2, which maintains the original’s charm for the most part. Add in the facts that Puyo Puyo’s a great puzzle game to begin with, there are three different game modes, and one of them is a multi-player versus mode, and you’ve got a solid game. Still, there is one reason that I’ve docked a point or two, and it’s a fairly petty one: there are better incarnations around today, like the aforementioned GBA version with its four-player versus mode or Puyo Pop Fever for the DS (which allows up to eight [!!] players). Still, if you’re looking for something a little simpler or a little more classic in your puzzle game, Puyo Pop for the NGPC could be the game you’re looking for.
Malheureusement, Puyo Pop donne l’impression d’un jeu vite fait. L’image est beaucoup trop sombre : par moments, on se croirait sur un écran monochrome ! Et l’absence totale de musique (même si celle-ci était ennuyeuse dans les autres versions) donne une impression de vide. Les bruitages, quant à eux, rappelleront de bons souvenirs à tous les possesseurs d’Atari 2600. Quelques voix digitalisées d’excellente qualité sauvent la bande son du naufrage.