Lumines sales jump 5900% on Amazon

You may have already heard about the latest PSP exploit discovered within the classic puzzler Lumines,
availing owners of any variety of PSP — all the way up to its current
firmware, 3.50 — the opportunity to run homebrew, install custom
firmware, and generally monkey up Sony's plans to get you to play PSP
games on the system over, say, 14-year-old SNES games. Can't stop 'em,
Sony — this is what people want. People want their hardware unlocked,
they want emulation of everything up to PSX, and they don't want you
steppin' on their toes over it. Proof? Hell, look at Lumines.

a big jump for a launch title. Hey, I'm not saying it wasn't a great
game — it's certainly one of my all-time favorite titles to play on
the toilet, that's for certain — but I can't imagine a nearly 6000%
jump just for nostalgia or 'cos word got out that it wasn't half bad.

It's levelled off a bit since then, but still impressive — the force of a wall of gamers all moving towards emulation and maybe-probably piracy. Well, at least they'll actually play the damn things, now. Go buy Crush, jerks!

From Destructoid.


Author: Xavier Ashe

Entrepreneur, Infosec Executive, CISSP, CISM, Ironman triathlete, traveler, UU, paleo, father of 8, goyishe, gamer, & geek.

0 thoughts on “Lumines sales jump 5900% on Amazon”

  1. Hrmm, having grown up with the NES and SNES, I would love to play these games on the PSP. I've held back on actually buying such remakes on my Gameboy Advance only because the SNES controller layout isn't ported over. But the PSP is pretty compatible.
    Also, I've long wanted Lumines considering how popular it has been, and I've seen my use of my PSP pretty much dip so low I wonder why I bought the thing. If I can unlock it using Lumines and play SNES games on it, I think I would feel much better about the investment….neat!


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