• Publisher: 3DO
  • Release Date: Jan 9, 2001
Metascore
79

Generally favorable reviews - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 14
  2. Negative: 0 out of 14
  1. The first game on the PS2 that has made me look forward to owning one of my own.
  2. What with the story mode, the regular mode, and the competitive mode, there's enough here to keep a whole group of puzzle gamers occupied for quite some time.
  3. 77
    A very entertaining and addictive puzzler.
  4. Aqua Aqua for the PlayStation 2, the sequel to the critically acclaimed "Wetrix" for the Nintendo 64, is basically the same game released three years later, but it still represents a refreshing change for the puzzle genre.
  5. The game sucks you in to it, and wont let go.
  6. Aside for the difficult perceptive due to the lack of a better camera system, Aqua Aqua deserves more good points than bad.
  7. The game may seem easy and cute, however don't let it fool you. This is a seriously challenging game. A winner in our books regardless.
  8. 60
    If you've got a Dreamcast or N64, buy the original Wetrix - it's got more to it and the gameplay is unfettered by irritating controls.
  9. Funky and fun, it won't revolutionize the genre, but it's a hardcore puzzle gamer's wet dream.
  10. A curious and addictive title, occasionally it can seem too difficult to amass the points necessary to defeat the bosses in the game, but the fact that you will always be ready to give it another go is testament to its quality as a launch title.
  11. This is one of those quirky, indefinable puzzle games that you have to play to understand. Novice players will immediately be hooked, while experienced puzzle fans may find that this wet Tetris is too easy.
  12. One of the more original puzzle titles available, and it has a good amount of depth and mystery in its gameplay and scoring elements to keep players interested for a long time.
  13. The only things that aren't very confusing are the graphics and sound. Aqua Aqua shows off clean and colorful visuals along with decent sound.

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