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Mr. Driller: Drill Spirits Reviews
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|Video Games Yahoo!||3.5/5||Dec 24 '04|
|www.nintendocentre.com||8.2/10||Dec 17 '04|
|www.n-insanity.com||5.4/10||Mar 13 '05|
|1UP||7.5/10||Nov 30 '04|
|Gamebiz||6.5/10||Aug 04 '05|
|GameDaily||7/10||Dec 06 '04|
|Games Asylum||6/10||Apr 01 '05|
|GamesAreFun.com||8/10||Nov 06 '05|
|Gamespy||3.5/5||Dec 03 '04|
|gba.n64europe.com||7.0/10||Mar 14 '05|
|Nintelligent Network||6.6/10||Jun 20 '05|
|Nintendo Insider||8/10||Aug 30 '05|
|NintendoDS Advanced||8.0/10||Dec 10 '04|
|Nintendojo||6.5/10||Sep 27 '05|
|Portable Review||30/40||Mar 16 '05|
|Pro-G||7/10||Mar 15 '05|
|Thunderbolt||5/10||Apr 22 '07|
|EuroGamer||8/10||Dec 20 '04|
|GameSpot||6.6/10||Nov 30 '04|
|IGN DS||6.5/10||Nov 30 '04|
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Mr. Driller: Drill Spirits Previews
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|www.cubed3.com||Mar 10 '05|
|NintendoDS Advanced||Oct 18 '04|
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"...Drill Spirits may not use the DS's new features to conduct a symphony orchestra whilst penning sonnets and bringing democracy to Cuba, but when the underlying game is this gripping we refuse to sit around using its relative lack of invention as a stick to beat it with. Buy this, give it time, and you'll love it."
"Its vertical nature suits the DS perfectly, but if you've played one of the previous incarnations then you'll find little to get excited about."
"Mr. Driller Drill Spirits is a decent game, but the lack of modes makes the fun short-lived."
"The touch screen use however is considerably more problematic and as with Ridge Racer you're likely to dump this in favor of a more traditional approach after the first sitting. Overall though Drill Spirits is an enjoyable puzzler but with the DS already boasting a handful of similar titles it's definitely a 'try before you buy'. "
"...Mr. Driller: Drill Spirits will appeal most to fans of the series. While making some use of the dual-screen, touch-screen format of the DS, Drill Spirits feels neither revolutionary nor new."