Above: You'll need to be acutely aware of your body's position at times
Fruit Ninja Kinect doesn't have any structure. You just sort of load it up, play, and move on. The Xbox 360 port of one of the iPhone's greatest games is rigidly stuck in its original mobile mentality, now with the addition of, uh, mobility. It's a combination that should scream "shallow garbage," especially at ten times the original price. Instead, it winds up as a surprise hit in the Summer of Arcade lineup...
FUEL is a big game. Like huge. The overall racing area covers roughly 5,000 square miles of terrain, from icy mountain tops, to arid desert lowlands. It’s ten (maybe twenty) times the size of GTA IV. The epic scope of what developers Asobo have created is incredible, but at the same time there’s a whiff of quantity over quality.
Bombing down the streets of a heavily populated urban city by the bay, unleashing a concussive hail of rockets on everything you see sure sounds like a staggeringly good time. Sadly, while the execution of this exact scenario in Full Auto seems masterful during your first few races, it quickly degenerates into boringly repetitive, mindless destruction.
We had such high hopes for Full Auto when it was announced, and the preview versions only got us more excited for the maximum quantities of
Here's what we thought about Insomniac Games' multiplatform third-person shooter...
The fictional future's always looked pretty dire, what with all the killer robots, invading aliens and - of course - World War III. But we'd gladly accept any of those dystopian fates over the one presented in party game sequel Fuzion Frenzy 2. At least they sound halfway interesting. This Xbox 360 exclusive, on the other hand, is a repetitive bore.
Dont get us wrong. We'd love to see a solid four-player party game on Microsoft's console, which offers plenty of over-the-headset Live action,