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Rochard- PlayStation 3

Rochard- PlayStation 3
alaScore 82

3 reviews

Aug, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the gameplay and controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Rochard- PlayStation 3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Rochard

 

What does Duke Nukem, Half-Life, and Native American mysticism all have in common? No, its not another DLC pack for Duke Nukem Forever, but it is

John St. John, pretty visuals, and a great story to get behind, Rochard is a sleeper hit. Learning how to long jump in low gravity or just launching grenades through five different force fields to destroy one small piece of metal for a trophy gets my...

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Rochard

 

Rochard is one of the best surprise downloadable games of the year. It really came out nowhere on PSN with a relatively quiet launch, but is a very well-crafted game that will certainly please anyone who loves puzzle-platformers like Braid and games...

Rochard takes the somewhat-familiar puzzle-platformer genre and puts a unique spin on it. The gameplay is very well-done, and the controls are usually great, with only a couple of issues. It's a rewarding experience despite its flaws, and is a must-buy...

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Rochard

 

As I stated in my preview, Rochard was a bit of a surprise for me at Gamescom. It wasn't a game I'd heard of, but it was one I was pleasantly surprised about. I played a fair chunk in the Sony Online Entertainment booth, and as I stopped to dash off to...

A puzzler-platformer with a fondness for shooting, Rochard is sometimes frustrating but always fun as it let's you treat gravity like a toy.

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