|Game Name:||Echoshift (v2)|
|Languages:||English, French, German, Italian, Spanish|
Echoshift (v2) is a Puzzle video game published by Sony released on February 25, 2010 for the PlayStation Portable.
Review by Wolfzen:
Echoshift is a surprisingly enjoyable game, despite being fairly unnoticed.
There is no plot or base to the game, but note that it is a puzzle game, so if you hate brain teasers go check out a horror game or something.
It’s a simple game, much like a minigame I played in the Ratchet and Clank series before.
In this side scrolling puzzle game, there are multiple versions of yourself (nine in total), and there is a time bounce once the timer in the lower left corner runs out. When the time bounce occurs, then you are ‘bounced’ back to the time you began the puzzle, and start on a new, I guess ‘version’ of yourself. Your ‘afterimage’ is still there, and everything it did is done in real time.
Your objective is to reach the door to the next level. To do this, you must use all of your multiple selves wisely to press buttons as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Before the start of each level, you can view the map with the directional buttons, and you should use this to make sure you don’t go the wrong way and waste time. Remember, you only have nine ‘versions’ of yourself, and every version you waste, the more time you take, the less your score amounts to.
A fairly simple game yet highly addictive, I’d recommend it to people who like to test their intelligence or enjoy a small challenge. For those who think that their brains are good enough, go grab some shooting game.
I’d rate this 8.5/10 because it’s just so awesome!
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