February 6th, 2007, 21:16 Posted By: wraggster
PSP-owning puzzle fans take note: Capcom Puzzle World has shipped and is now available in stores. Puzzle World is made up of the classic Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, Block Block, and Buster Bros. Collection (itself three games in one). Wireless multiplayer is available via the PSP's ad hoc mode so you can share your puzzle memories with that special someone.
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo is a gem-busting game starring super-deformed versions of your favorite Street Fighter characters. Gamers can create custom attack patterns in Counter Gem Edit Mode and hone their skills in Training Mode.
Released for the arcades in 1990, Block Block features a two player co-op mode, allowing for the cooperative destruction of blocks. Also unique to this title is the constantly shrinking paddle that forces players to finish each level as quickly as possible.
Originally released for the OG PlayStation, Buster Bros. Collection is a puzzle/shooter that gathers Buster Bros., Super Buster Bros,. and Buster Buddies. An arcade classic, Buster Bros. has one or two players navigating through more than 50 timed stages, shooting and avoiding an avalanche of giant bubbles. Super Buster Bros. is an updated version of its predecessor, with improved graphics and the inclusion of Panic Mode which adds 99 levels of busting action. Buster Buddies is the most recent version of the series to be released in the arcades, featuring four original characters and even more bonus items.
All the games in Capcom Puzzle World have been updated for the PSP's 16x9 widescreen aspect ratio. This compilation is the first PSP title to feature a screenshot mode, allowing gamers to take a snapshot of their victory in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo or any of the Buster Bros. titles. Players can also import personal pictures into Capcom Puzzle World that can be used as game backgrounds for all three Buster Bros. games. Capcom has even included an odd feature that lets players infiltrate other systems by virally uploading high scores onto their opponent's handheld.
This stroll down memory lane will set you back $29.99.
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