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Archer Macleans Mercury (PSP)

Archer Macleans Mercury (PSP)
alaScore 83

36 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 36 reviews of Archer Macleans Mercury (PSP). The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Archer Macleans Mercury (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Andy Patterson (consoleob.com)

Archer MacLean's Mercury PSP Review

 

When I was asked to review Archer MacLean's Mercury by Chris, Console Obsession's long-suffering deadline lion-tamer, two questions popped into my head. Firstly, what sort of name is Archer MacLean's Mercury for a game, and secondly, who the hell is...

If you’ve been browsing through the PlayStation Store for a puzzle game to play on your PSP, seen this game on offer there, and been even slightly tempted to pick it up, let me help you with your decision. Save your money. Buy something more enjoyable....

May, 2010

Expert review by : Matt Bailey (allaboutgames.co.uk)

Archer Maclean's Mercury

 

When the PlayStation Portable launched in Europe back in September 2005 the limelight was immediately grabbed by the likes of Sony's brilliant WipEout Pure and Ubisoft's excellent original puzzler Lumines. They stole the public's attention with the...

With its fun and addictive gameplay, Mercury still remains one of the best puzzle games on the PSP, and now it is certainly the best valued.

Aug, 2009

Darkhorse Award

Expert review by : NowGamer ArchiveBot (nowgamer.com)

Archer Maclean's Mercury (PSP) review

 

Megalomaniac Marble Madness

Sure, it may not have as many different options as QB’s Lumines but it’s much more enjoyable to play, has far better pacing and has a hell of a lot more depth to it – and best of all its 100% British.

Sep, 2005

Expert review by : David McComb (empireonline.com)

Archer Maclean's Mercury

 

Archer MacLean may be better known for Dropzone and International Karate, but the designer’s first foray into console puzzlers is an innovative and compelling experience somewhere between Marble Madness and Super Monkey Ball.

Sep, 2005

Expert review by (videogamer.com)

Archer MacLean's Mercury

 

A very solid, original idea for a puzzler and, for the most part, is an excellent game. Unfortunately the good ideas are let down by an overly steep difficulty curve that will alienate many.

Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Phil Harris (square-go.com)

Archer Maclean's Mercury

 

The re-release of PSP game Archie Maclean's Mercury is now available on the Playstation Network for under a fiver.

Jul, 2009

Expert review by : Adam Woolcott (gamingtarget.com)

Archer Maclean's Mercury

 

There's not really much to the game graphically – the levels are pretty basic and do their job – it's a puzzle game, a genre not exactly known for or even requiring stunning visuals. The presentation is decent enough, and the frame rate is smooth, a...

Feb, 2009

Expert review by : Jim Cordeira (gaming-age.com)

Archer Maclean's Mercury

 

An interesting take on the labyrinthstyle puzzler for the PSP.

The audio does a good job in keeping your ears busy, with some mellow background tunes and decent enough sounds effects. I liked the little liquidly "bloop" noises that your mercury makes while oozing and bouncing about the stages, and the falling...

Jun, 2006

Expert review by : kreese (gamearena.com.au)

Archer MacLean's Mercury

 
Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Sam Bishop (totalplaystation.com)

Archer Maclean's Mercury

 

Fitting that a game featuring a smooth blob of liquid would ooze its way into your brain.

May, 2005