Mercury Meltdown Oozes Onto Shelves
Mercury may be bad for your health, but it's suddenly getting a ton of recognition on multiple platforms. To keep the legacy alive, the PSP gets another installment in the shiny liquid's franchise, entitled Mercury Meltdown.
Ignition Entertainment announced today they've shipped the game all across North America; it's a complex and addictive puzzler that is destined to grab your attention. Meltdown is actually a sequel to Mercury, the PSP's first blob-based title, and this new one will feature over 160 new puzzles.
The sequel boasts a brand new artistic style, gives you twice as many stages as the original, adds the appreciated free-look camera, and offers new ways to control that slithering liquid metal. Further, you'll have the benefit of two-player competition, party games, game sharing, custom skins, and a variety of downloadable content.
Another Mercury game is also set to appear on the PS2, as we reported last month. It seems this thing is invading everywhere, and there's always a reason: top-quality coupled with popularity. So get moving! Mercury may last forever, but these copies may not...
Related Game(s): Mercury Meltdown
10/3/2006 Ben Dutka