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Testseek.com have collected 22 expert reviews of the Crush and the average rating is 82%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Crush.


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The editors liked

  • Staggeringly challenging difficulty
  • Intense
  • Unique atmosphere
  • Innovative gameplay.

The editors didn't like

  • Mature psychological themes may not appeal to youngins
  • Difficulty and pace could frustrate.

 

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  Published: 2011-01-31, review by: about.com

  • Abstract:  Once upon a time, all video games were in 2-D. Some were side-scrolling, where you run from left to right, while others had a top-down perspective. From Super Mario Bros. to Sonic The Hedgehog and beyond, these were some of the best games of all-time. ...

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  Published: 2007-07-09, review by: Gamingnexus.com

  • Abstract:  What a great year it's been for innovative new puzzle games. First we had the amazing Puzzle Quest, the game that combined the role-playing genre with Bejeweled, and not we're introduced to Crush, a wacky new puzzle game from Sega. Although it shares s...

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  Published: 2007-06-30, review by: gameplaymonthly.com

  • Abstract:  Sega of America Innovation in gaming is a strange thing, especially in this day and age. Weve more or less run the gamut on new ways to feel, sense, control or touch our games outside of some kind of attachment to smell the action. Weve traced, shr...

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  Published: 2007-06-25, review by: gamepro.com

  • Abstract:  Crush is one of those rare titles that delivers on nearly all of its ambitious promises. When a game boasts of mind-bending 3D puzzle-platforming coupled with a deep and intriguing backstory, most gamers expect at least one of those aspects to go oh so...

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85%
 
  Published: 2007-06-23, review by: destructoid.com

  • Abstract:  After getting my hands on Super Paper Mario, I started seeing 2D platformers differently, in that hey, I wonder what's behind that-there pile of blocks sort of way. I imagine I'm not the only one. Now that gamers raised on X and Y only are the ones ma...

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  Published: 2007-06-10, review by: gamechronicles.com

  • Puzzle games have always been on the boring side to me. Most puzzle games follow a certain standard. Crush starts its own standard, and I have a hunch that many games will try and replicate it....

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87%
 
  Published: 2007-06-07, review by: gamezone.com

  • Abstract:  Ever since Lumines hit the PSP at the system’s launch, Sony’s handheld has long been a haven for great puzzle games. Some work out better than others, but if you’re a puzzle fan looking to game on the go, you need look no further than th...

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  Published: 2007-06-04, Author: James , review by: Geek.com

  • Abstract:  Crush is a non-traditional puzzler on the PSP. You play as Danny, an insomniac who’s checked himself into a hospital for therapy. Meanwhile, mad scientist Dr. Reubens treats you using unproven techniques. The idea behind the crush therapy–a.k...

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  Published: 2007-05-31, review by: ign.com

  • Abstract:  If theres such a thing as "striking gold" in the videogame world, then Zoë Mode has done it. Out of nowhere, the UK-based developer has given us a fascinating and original puzzler thats as entertaining as it is intriguing. The game is called Crush an...

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89%
 
  Published: 2007-05-30, Author: Simon Byron , review by: pocketgamer.co.uk

  • Abstract:  Look around any commuter train and youll see monotony being fought in many ways. Whether its pencilling numbers into a grid of blank squares, filling in words as dictated by cryptic clues, or highlighting differences between two pictures featuring so...

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