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  • Summary: Every Extend Extra is a unique "puzzle shooter," brought to the PSP system by the creators of the critically acclaimed hit Lumines. Every Extend Extra delivers an addictive gameplay experience through a fusion of arcade-style shooting action, cutting-edge music and visuals. Players evadeEvery Extend Extra is a unique "puzzle shooter," brought to the PSP system by the creators of the critically acclaimed hit Lumines. Every Extend Extra delivers an addictive gameplay experience through a fusion of arcade-style shooting action, cutting-edge music and visuals. Players evade enemy attacks and then use perfect timing to blast their foes in a colorful display of explosive chain reactions. The bigger the chain reaction results in the higher the score and the larger the rewards. [BVG] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 28 out of 45
  2. Negative: 1 out of 45
  1. The game also has a high level of replayability because everytime you play any of the stages, the shapes and enemies never come out in the same sequence or places. Plus, you can always try to rack up your top score and get a better rank in each of the stages. A must have PSP title with a fun presentation. [JPN Import]
  2. 85
    If you've got a PSP and a love of pure, twitch-your-brain games, you simply owe it to yourself to grab EEE; this literally is one of the best reasons to own a PSP.
  3. A totally original concept and a fresh approach to the growing population of puzzle games.
  4. The mechanics are solid, and while not as deep as Lumines - Mizuguchi’s previous PSP outing – the game is easy to learn, difficult to master, and best playable for short periods of time.
  5. It's refreshing to play Every Extend Extra because it doesn't rely on a convoluted storyline, talking heads, and so on, and I want more of this sort of thing, but blowing yourself up and making chains isn't enough to stand on its own. Even the new boss fights, which flaunt wildly imaginative designs, don't make up for the lacking experience.
  6. The striking visuals and varied soundtrack can't change the fact that every level is essentially the same. [Mar 2007, p.112]
  7. Every Extend Extra, a game that could have filled the PSP’s need for fun and simple arcade action, blows itself up in a miniscule pop of disappointment.

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  1. [Anonymous]
    Dec 14, 2006
    9
    Completely unique, very addictive. A perfect PSP game. Get it before it disappears!
  2. Apr 22, 2012
    8
    I can't believe the media gave more score to the Xbox version than to this one wich is absolutely better. They obviously didn't played both games...