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Lumines Coming to PlayStation Vita

Posted on Tuesday, August 16 @ 10:28:44 Eastern by


Ubisoft has announced that they're bringing six of their top titles to the PlayStation Vita. And while Daniel has that announcement covered, I wanted to put the spotlight at one very special game: Lumines. Lumines is a block-dropping puzzle game set to kick-ass music. It launched with the PSP, and to this day remains one of the best reasons to buy one of Sony's handhelds.

And with a new Lumines on the PlayStation Vita, there is instantly an excellent reason for everyone to buy one. I know I will. Between Lumines and Sound Shapes, there are going to be plenty of unique music games available for Sony's new beast of a handheld.

Nick and I were just talking about Lumines during our dry run of our new, upcoming podcast. You'll be able to check that conversation out in our forums very soon.

Anyone a fan of Lumines? If so, does this make the Vita more appealing to purchase?
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