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Get your science on with Mercury Hg


4:15 PM on 10.19.2011



A new installment of the Mercury franchise has arrived for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network. Mercury Hg is 400 Microsoft Points and $4.99 on PSN, will have 60 levels of new puzzles, as well as an additional 60 levels between two DLC packs: Heavy Elements and Rare Earth Elements. Each DLC pack will cost $2.99 on PSN or 240 MS Points and will contain 30 levels. Heavy Elements is available now, while Rare Earth Elements will be up on November 29th for PSN and November 30th for XBLA.

If, like me, you haven't had a chance to play a Mercury game yet, it would seem that now is your chance. And since it is on both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, almost everyone can enjoy it. I might go with the Xbox 360 version for this game, though, since the PS3 one supports Sixaxis controls and I'm not sure how well that would work. 








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