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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by djgarf, Mar 23, 2005.
I don't know why I was so excited when I saw this game as having been released, since I own the Gamecube version, which is exactly the same, and the Japanese version had English on it. But there's no such thing as too much Puyo Pop.
Good thing I've got a 5 day weekend.
i'm glad that this is finally out, now one can play the game and hear english voices instead of japanese ones all the time
I've never played Puyo Pop - is it anything like Bust-a-move/Puzzle Bobble? I love those games.
amen to that
Not a fan of this version.
If you do well, there's some sort of special mode with arrows telling you where to place the piece so that you get consecutive clears... which defeats the purpose of it involving intelligence, doesn't it?
Take it off Very Easy, and the arrows will go away.
You seem to have played other versions of Puyo Pop, so you should be starting on Normal at least.