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Break 'Em All (DS)

Break 'Em All (DS)
alaScore 76

6 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the gameplay. The value for money also gets good feedback, whereas there are some mixed views about the multi player mode.

value for money, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Break 'Em All (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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Break 'Em All

 

This is a budget priced game, retailing for under $20 everywhere, andthat was a wise decision. Many gamers won't see the point of bustingblocks with a small white ball, but if they give it a try they just mightdiscover how addictive the activity is....

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Break ‘em All

 

I have made no secret about my adoration for the puzzle and arcade genres It is the simple “pick up and play” accessibility that allows for anybody to play, yet is still challenging for veteran gamers. When Break ‘Em All was announced, I knew I had to...

Solid gameplay ; Quest Mode ; Bargain price, but not a bargain game

Multiplayer is weak ; Quest Mode too short

A mighty fine take on the genre. A solid game that's worth owning.

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More puzzle action for the Nintendo DS that you just can't resist.

Aside from it getting a bit monotonous, there's really very little to complain about, although some of the power ups make things a lot easier than they should be. But that's a small gripe since the gameplay is fairly enjoyable. Obviously, if you've...

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Break 'em All Nintendo DS Review

 

Fun gameplay; engaging Survival multiplayer; great music; $20 price tag

Poorly translated at times; still mostly just a clone of Arkanoid

A clone is a clone is a clone. Granted, a clone of an original game can be fun, but, really, you still can't shake the fact that a clone is a clone. Take Arkanoid for instance. Taito's long-running paddle-ball game is, in fact, a futuristic take on...

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Break 'Em All

 

A simpler gameplay concept would be difficult to fabricate. Hit the bouncing ball with your paddle and have it destroy the blocks that it comes in contact with. It’s like a solo version of Pong. There is a multi-player mode, but it’s a free-for-all...

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