|Lumines Remastered art.|
|Release date||June 26, 2018|
|Predecessor||Lumines: Puzzle & Music|
Lumines Remastered (stylized as LUMINES REMASTERED) is the ninth installment of the Lumines music puzzle game series. Lumines Remastered is a remake of the original Lumines game (released more than 13 years ago), with some changes. It was developed by Resonair and published by Enhance.
In March 2018, Enhance Games, the studio founded by Lumines: Puzzle Fusion producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi, announced Lumines Remastered for PC via Steam, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One for release in June 2018; the game was developed by Japanese studio Resonair.
There are seven game modes in Lumines Remastered:
- Basic Challenge
- Endless Challenge - Clear Basic Challenge (Reach Level 105)
- Shuffle Challenge - Unlock 10 Skins
- Skin Edit
- Single Lap
- Time Attack
- VS CPU
- 2P Battle
Songs and Skins
As it is the remaster of the original game, all 40 Skins from the original game make an appearance here, including licensed songs by Mondo Grosso and Eri Nobuchika. In addition, there are a few songs used only on certain occasions.
Time Attack Mode Skin
Puzzle Mode Skin
Mission Mode Skin
The game features enhanced visuals, higher bitrate music files and skin edit mode. All console versions can also make use of a new Trance Vibration feature which makes all detected controllers vibrate to the beat of the music. Additionally, the Nintendo Switch version makes use of the HD Rumble as a haptic gameplay feature. The game also features online leaderboards and local 2P mode.
- This is the first Lumines game to be released on a Nintendo video game console.
- There are a total of 44 Avatars as opposed to 48 in the original game. The avatars in Lumines Remastered are picked from the entire game series rather than directly ported from the original game.
- Unlike in the original game, there is no 600sec Time Attack.
- The game features Skin Edit, Puzzle and Mission modes, all of which were introduced in Lumines II. Even the Manager class and MACHINE INTERFACE skins from Lumines II are used in the latter two modes.