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Eat Them! (PS3)

Eat Them! (PS3)
alaScore 80

13 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews from magazines and websites. Many are negative about the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Eat Them! (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Eat Them! Review

 

Laying waste to cities is fun, but frustrating objectives and stiff difficulty prevent Eat Them from being a monstrously good time.

Smashing stuff as a giant monster is good simple fun ; Attractive comic book visuals

Too many objectives focus on things other than destruction ; Imprecise controls ; Sometimes frustrating difficulty

There are four premade monsters to choose from, but you can also mix and match heads, arms, bodies, legs and backpacks that can fire mortar, rockets, or other tools of destruction to devise your own horrific creation. You unlock new parts for earning...

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Eat Them! Review

 

Eat Them! is coming to the PlayStation Network, and it's going to destroy buildings and maim civilians, but is it worth your time and money?

Eat Them! is a cool idea, but it never gets beyond "smash stuff," and that holds the title back. That could be forgivable if the gameplay really wowed us, but smashing a city in the beginning is pretty similar to smashing a city a few levels later....

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PS3 Review – Cuboid

 

Cuboid, the 3D puzzle game from Creat Studios, made its way to the PSN on January 8th. It came jam-packed full with 66 levels, 2 difficulty settings, a

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Eat Them!

 

Laying waste to cities is fun, but frustrating objectives and stiff difficulty prevent Eat Them from being a monstrously good time.

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Eat Them!- PS3

 

Destroy cities, eat people, smash your friends and unleash your beast in this action-packed monster smasher from the makers of Savage Moon. Build your unique creature in the Monster Lad and go on a monster mash, causing as much damage to the city as...

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Eat Them

 

Eat Them! taps in to what makes mindless destruction addictively fun.

Addictive ; Fun concept ; Brilliant art style

Little Variety in Modes

Eat Them! taps in to what makes mindless destruction addictively fun. It has the kind of spirit that's usually reserved for the days when you burned plastic toy soldiers with a magnifying glass in the sun or stomped down on your Lego house while...

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Eat Them!- PS3

 

Despite [its] niggling flaws, Eat Them! offers something surprisingly fresh, fun, and satisfying for only $10. Now available on the PlayStation Network, it's worthy of your cash.

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Eat Them!- PS3

 

Rather than playing the hero, the PSN title Eat Them! casts you as a mad scientist, building giant monsters and setting them loose in the city. Whilst being evil is no longer unique, it's still an unusual concept for a game to focus on. It's a shame...

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Eat Them!- PS3

 

There's local multiplayer that lets up to four monsters team up to lay waste to the city or tackle other missions, and the simple pleasures of destruction are every bit as enjoyable when shared with friends. Nevertheless, you still need to contend with...

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Eat Them!- PS3

 

Eat Them! is a cool idea, but it never gets beyond "smash stuff," and that holds the title back. That could be forgivable if the gameplay really wowed us, but smashing a city in the beginning is pretty similar to smashing a city a few levels later....

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