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    Gba Hands-On: Columns Crown (GBA)

    Sega’s answer to Tetris never got the level of attention it should have. Games in the series are sparse and spread over many different platforms, and some, like Columns Crown, are about as far off from the original title as possible. They say variety is a good thing, but does that apply to classic puzzle franchises? Read our complete hands-on and see.

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    well I say the columns series definetely deserved attention, as the first one was brilliant

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    I liked the in-game music on this one. Otherwise, hated the cutesy animu bullshit.

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    Sega outsourced the development of the game to Wow Entertainment, some unknown publishing house that completely bastardized the originality and feel of the game.
    Um, wtf?


    You just can't handle my jawusumness responces.

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    Middle Eastern (which is the Near East btw) themes had already been abandoned in Hanagumi Taisen Columns on Saturn, a Sakura Taisen crossover which was all anime, albeit far less childish, with very stupid sticky sweet plots. It had a sequel on DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j_factor View Post
    Um, wtf?
    Quoted for emphasis. Wow indeed.

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    LOL, WOW Entertainment was a division within Sega my nigga!

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    Sega outsourced the development of the game to Wow Entertainment, some unknown publishing house that completely bastardized the originality and feel of the game.
    WOW Entertainment was AM1 who are responsible for the House of the Dead series.

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    Yeah, WOW was indeed a Sega team. I've edited the article accordingly.

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