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Nervous Brickdown- NDS

Nervous Brickdown- NDS
alaScore 83

44 reviews

Sep, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 44 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay. The multi player mode also gets good feedback.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Nervous Brickdown- NDS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for Nervous Brickdown- NDS

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 user reviews of Nervous Brickdown- NDS from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Nintendo DS Games on Amazon.com.

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100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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Nervous Brickdown (DS)

 

There are plenty of ways you can make an old video game concept feel fresh again. You can gussy up the graphics, turn 2D into 3D, or maybe even slap some recognizable personalities on the box, be they fictional or otherwise. However, Nervous Brickdown...

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Nervous Brickdown

 

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This is a fun and unique take on that old standard, Breakout. The developers really spent some time and energy pushing the limits ofthe game and came up with some pretty cool new twists. The uniqueworlds and environments are very enjoyable and fans of...

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Nervous Brickdown

 

Nervous Brickdown is more than just a pretty pun. It is the surprisingly fun Breakout clone for the DS. There have been a lot of these games lately: reworking old formulas with new twists. Nervous Brickdown distorts and changes the action over and over...

This is one of the best looking games I've seen for the DS. This is an excellent use of the technology ; A great twist on a classic game

Some modes are just too much, and outpace the simplicity of the original ; The game modes are not organized in any way. Difficulty seems to rise and fall within the same modes even

Secret Stash strikes again with a reinterpretation of a classic game. This is for classic arcade freaks, and new initiates. While it works within the classic game design, some of the new game modes are truly original.

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Nervous Brickdown Nintendo DS Review

 

In the game, players will tackle a number of scenarios generally based around the paddle-and-ball format. However, a few of these scenes really take a creative step forward. The game starts out pretty basically at first, with players guiding the paddle...

Multiple variations of Atari's classic game; Fun multiplayer with just one cartridge

In the end, it's still just Breakout

Breakout was a fun game back in its day, with players controlling a paddle across the bottom of the screen while guiding a ball into awaiting tiles near the top. Nowadays, though, it can be rather dull, especially considering the more interactive...

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Nervous Brickdown review

 

When Break Em All came out last year, it was merely the latest in a long line of brick-breaking games that can be traced back through Arkanoid to Breakout. This type of game had seen itself pretty much die out after the NES era except in retro...

Still, you’ll get used to using the stylus to drag the paddle around after you’ve played for a while, just as I did, so this complaint isn’t the end of the world for the game by any means. What then is my conclusion? This game is leaps and bounds ahead...

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Nervous Brickdown

 

Reflect in its glory

But whichever collection of top rated players you choose as your to-be-beaten opponents, your real enemy is the bounce of the ball

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Nervous Brickdown

 

Its undeniably attractive presentation may make it look like the next must-have, cultish handheld release, but sadly Nervous Brickdown is all style and no charm.

Looks amazing and exciting

Ineffective stylus control ; Incredibly frustrating to play ; A shade insubstantial

Its undeniably attractive presentation may make it look like the next must-have, cultish handheld release, but sadly Nervous Brickdown is all style and no charm. If you're a real Breakout fan it may be worth some of your time and money, and it does...