A HUEge disappointment
It’s probably fair to say in 2016, the 2D puzzle platform genre is overcrowded. A quick glance across the Playstation Network shows just how hard it is to stand out. They are a dime a dozen. Hue acknowledges this and brings some genuinely fresh ideas to the table, it’s just a shame those ideas don’t extend and grow beyond the initial concept.
In the beginning, Hue brings with it a certain unique novelty and initially comes off as clever. Unfortunately, this novelty gets old, fast! In the world of Hue, if you’ve solved one simple colour puzzle,...