Pushmo Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
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|1UP||A||Jan 04 '12|
|D+PAD||5/5||Feb 10 '12|
|Destructoid||8.5/10||Dec 30 '11|
|Edge-Online||8/10||Dec 21 '11|
|EuroGamer||9/10||Dec 21 '11|
|GameShark.com||A||Jan 19 '12|
|GameSpot||8.5/10||Jan 05 '12|
|Gaming Nexus||A||Feb 03 '12|
|IGN DS||9.5/10||Dec 08 '11|
|Metro||8/10||Dec 16 '11|
|Modojo||5/5||Dec 09 '12|
|Nintendo World Report||9.5/10||Dec 12 '11|
|Nintendojo||A-||Dec 22 '11|
|WiiWare Nintendo Life||9/10||Dec 12 '11|
|Nintendo The Official Magazine||92%||Dec 12 '11|
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"A game like this should be a highlight of the 3DS lineup: a cheap, fun, wonderfully designed piece of software offering dozens upon dozens of hours of addictive play and the ability to create and swap player creations at will. Pushmo is fantastic, but you'd never know it if your awareness of Nintendo's top-tier games is based on what the company bothers to promote."
"Pullblox is one of the finest titles currently available for the 3DS and even in a world where iOS games can cost under a pound there’s no questioning the value for money that it provides. The pretty-yet-simple aesthetics disguise a considerable level of challenge before you even factor in the near-endless customisability. Though you might have to leave it from it a few times in sheer frustration (yelling at the blocks or your little fat sumo man!), in reality this is one of the game’s main strengths, proving just how invested you can become in trying to beat the puzzles is sends your way."
"Pushmo is not remarkable enough to justify a 3DS purchase on its own, but it is certainly another in a growing group to chip away at apathetic feelings toward the system."
"Economical and clever, Pullblox is full of leftfield ideas that turn odd congregations of technology into quiet magic. At last, 3DS has a puzzle game with real depth."
"Sliding blocks around may not have the kinetic energy of Mario or the exploratory nature of Zelda, but it maintains the playfulness and intricate craftsmanship that's made other Nintendo series so revered."