THE GOOD: It's a great puzzle game for people who like to solve things.
THE BAD: Well...Just say you don't HAVE to turn on the sound.
-Leave the volume off -Prepared to be puzzled and frustrated -Don't get too angry because you can't get something--it's onlt a game.
-It's really boosts your problem solving or puzzle skills. You have to really have the brainpower to play this game or you won't enjoy it as much.
-You don't want to play this after doing 300 pages of math (over-exaggeration there) because if you do, I'm sure you'd be throwing and waving your fists around and breaking the game pak. -Boring after a while.
This game isn't exactly addictive and you CAN get pretty tired of it easily and you don't really have to like puzzling things to like this game. You just have to be able to take on a challenge.
THE GOOD: Just like the original but with a awesome anime style added!!!
THE BAD: Not a lot is bad about this, however if you have a headache, don't play this game!!!
SUMMARY: Columns Crown has got to be one of the best puzzle games I have played. It is hard and challenging and has a wicked VS mode added, where you fight the computer using the magic gems you have collected. These gems have all sorts of powers, such as freeze, wall and fast. The most disappointing thing about this game is the sound and music. The majority of the music is just lame, and the voices tend to sound like sega have grabbed a 5 year old kid off the street and told him to say what they were going to add in the game.
I would highly recomend this game to comlumns and tetris lovers in this world!!!
SUMMARY: This game is deffinatly going to the dogs, if you know what I mean. I wasted my money on this game, thinking "Oh, this game sounds really cool from the cover title and how on the back of the Sonic Advance book it recommended it" and then guess what? I go home, pop it into my GBA ready to rock n' roll and play it the best and beat it and I beat it alright, but it also stunk. I don't know who would waste their money publishing and making this thing, but really, I'd have to admit that it really stunk.