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Magical Drop VI

Forever Entertainment, Highball Games, Storm Trident S.A., TA Publishing
Apr 25, 2023 - Nintendo Switch, PC
Video Chums
7.2 / 10
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7.3 / 10
7 / 10
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6.5 / 10
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5 / 10
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4.5 / 5
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Critic Reviews for Magical Drop VI

Magical Drop VI may not feel like the step-up for the series that I was hoping it would be but it still remains a thoroughly entertaining puzzler that's even more enjoyable with friends whether you play locally or online.

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Having its own hectic style, Magical Drop VI’s various modes and challenges can melt away some time for action puzzler fans

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Magical Drop VI uses its fast pacing and dynamism to offer a pleasant puzzle. Collecting and throwing spheres is intuitive and the combos and frantic rhythm make the matches exciting. Beyond its colorful and charismatic atmosphere, the game has various modes and online matches, which may entertain for a long time. Even so, it lacked polishment in some areas, such as the difficulty balancing and the online matches' resources. All in all, lovers of fast, competitive puzzles will appreciate Magical Drop VI.

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Magical Drop VI offers a good return to the series but makes a significant blunder on balancing. The Story Mode experience especially ends up unnecessarily frustrating and there are other polishment issues that deserve fixes in future updateds but fans of this long-standing franchise will feel at home.

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Magical Drop VI’s core gameplay is still fantastic, and honestly did a damn fine job at bringing back the frantic gameplay that made me addicted to III all those many years ago, polishing it up with a great new coat of paint. Unfortunately, MDVI’s idea of replay value is not that of scorechasing or online, but needless amounts of padding to unlock the full current roster.

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The Path of Destiny mode may not have been much of a hit for me, but everything else available here is more than enough for a Magical Droppin’ good time – keeping this franchise within my pantheon of favorite puzzlers. If the price seems too steep at the offset, then there’s no shame in waiting for a sale or until more of the free DLC drops to see if it adds value to the purchase for you. But if money is no object, then get on this bad boy and start having some fun! Just get some backup controllers on standby because these bad boys are going to take a serious pounding!

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