Every Extend Extra Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Every Extend Extra Reviews6
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|GameBrink||93%||Oct 15 '06|
|HonestGamers.com||9/10||Nov 17 '06|
|The Armchair Empire||8.0/10||Feb 19 '07|
|GameSpot||6.7/10||Nov 28 '06|
|Gamespy||3/5||Nov 30 '06|
|IGN PSP||8.1/10||Nov 09 '06|
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Every Extend Extra Previews
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|Gamespy||May 13 '06|
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"'Every Extend Extra' might sound like a strange name for a video game but it actually describes the unique PSP title well as youll see later. This game actually began as a freeware PC title known as Every Extend developed by a Japanese university student who calls himself Omega. It wasnt long until Q Entertainment discovered this great and simple game to add to their series of qb label titles next to Meteos and Lumines."
"The developer behind Lumines and Meteos brings more of its trippy, trademark style, but it neglects to deliver equally compelling gameplay."
"At first glance, Every Extend appears to be a trendy update of Asteroids. Players control a polygonal ship flitting around a single stationary screen. There's one small difference: in Every Extend, you can't shoot."
"Every Extend Extra does a fine job of mixing arcade action with the depth of a serious puzzle game. It could use more stages, not to mention a greater range of difficulty modes, but these complaints fail to make the game any less appealing. Throw in a collection of catchy tunes and trippy visuals, and Every Extend Extra provides just about everything a puzzle fan could want."
"The entrancing graphics and addictively bizarre gameplay help define Every Extend Extra as a fantastic game, but the $20 price tag ensures its status as one of the best values on the PSP."