Crush Gets a 3DS Makeover

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Zoë Mode’s criminally under-appreciated PSP puzzle-platformer Crush is getting a second chance at the stardom it deserves, with Sega today announcing plans to release a Nintendo 3DS remake this September in North America, Europe and Australia.

For those of you who missed out on Crush (and sadly that’s probably most of you), it is a platform game built around the innovative concept of ‘crushing’ 2D and 3D gameplay perspectives to solve brain-teasing environmental puzzles. Crush 3D promises to build on this ahead-of-its-time concept using the added perspective altering 3D effect of the glasses-free 3DS hardware, in addition to supporting StreetPass communication so players can leave in-game gifts for others to find when they open their game back up. The 3DS version will also come with a new hint system, new levels and characters, and a more wholesome art style than the PSP’s surprisingly dark and moody appearance.

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