Fantavision

Fantavision

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Rating
9.0
DEVELOPER: SCEI   |   PUBLISHER: SCEA   |   RELEASE: 10/25/2000

With the slew of polygon pushing over the top psychotic crazed PS2 games, some may tend to forget about a little genre we have all come to know and love. That being puzzle games, now granted these titles aren’t exactly what pushes a next gen system over the top but they do add flavor and variety. So how is the first puzzle game on PS2? Well let us see….

Graphically this game is jaw dropping, but you won’t know that by playing it. What I mean is that the backgrounds and lighting effects are some of the best ever. However you are so wrapped up in the game you tend to forget they are even there. Try letting a friend play and marvel at this game’s 60fps glory!

The music and sounds in this game are completely modd setting. I mean the second stage will make you feel like you are in another realm of relaxation. This game soothes even the most savage beast.

Controlling this game takes a few seconds to grasp but once ya got it there is no turning back. Not only does it control well but it is addictive as hell. Funny enough this is one of my most played games on the system.

If you are a fan of puzzle games the do not hesitate to buy this title. It will make you at least a little happy you shelled out that 300 bucks for this gigantic amplifier. This game is a good addictive puzzle game that will keep you occupied for months to come!

Ken McKown
Ken is the Editor-in-Chief of this hole in the wall and he loves to troll for the fun of it. He also enjoys long walks through Arkham Asylum and the cool air of Shadow Moses Island. His turn-ons include Mortal Kombat, Metal Gear Solid and StarCraft.

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