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Tumble (PS3)

Tumble (PS3)
alaScore 84

25 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the gameplay and usability are on the whole positive. The value for money and multi player mode are also mentioned favorably.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Tumble (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 25 reviews)

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Tumble

 

With more highly publicised titles such as Sports Champions and Start the Party! being the centrepiece of the PlayStation Move launch library, it would be easy not to notice Sony?s new budget puzzle game Tumble neatly tucked away on the PSN Store

Tumble is a novel idea that?s well suited for the PlayStation Move, offering a plethora of innovative challenges at a very modest price.

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Tumble Review

 

This clever puzzle game has plenty of variety and makes great use of the PlayStation Move.

Excellent motion control ; More than 60 puzzles offer plenty of challenge and variety ; Multiplayer is great fun ; Believable visuals and physics ; More than enough content to justify the $10 asking price

Camera issues make certain levels extra tricky ; No online multiplayer

Tumble's presentation is every bit as good as its gameplay. A well-spoken narrator accompanies you everywhere, all of the blocks look and behave as you'd expect them to, and because your in-game presence is an accurately modeled motion controller,...

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I'll Tumble 4 Ya...

 

A surprise Move launch title falls into our laps on the PSN!

Textured blocks and a sterile room certainly aren't going to appeal to the graphic whore crowd, but they get the job done.

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Tumble Review

 

A PlayStation Move launch title with an addictive, block-stacking premise.

Expert review by:

Tumble

 

This clever puzzle game has plenty of variety and makes great use of the PlayStation Move.

Excellent motion control ; More than 60 puzzles offer plenty of challenge and variety ; Multiplayer is great fun ; Believable visuals and physics ; More than enough content to justify the $10 asking price

Camera issues make certain levels extra tricky ; No online multiplayer

Via GameSpot.

Expert review by:

Tumble

 

You have to admire developers who put their game on the line at the launch day for a particular product, be it a new console or in this case, Sony's new motion controller, the Playstation Move. Sure, they might get more attention than would probably be...

Tumble is, on the whole, what is expected from a launch title; that is, it demonstrates the technical nuance of the product, allowing users to get to grips with the new piece of kit while enjoying a decent puzzle game. The problem is, it lacks any...

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Tumble- PS3

 

Stack blocks in tall towers to earn big scores in this physics-based puzzle game. With the use of the PlayStation Move motion controller, players can accurately and precisely place objects, stacking things up and knocking them down in order to meet the...

Consumer review by:

Tumble- PS3

 

Minor camera issues aside, Tumble is a game that impresses at almost every opportunity. The single-player levels alone do enough to justify the asking price, and there's a good chance that you'll come back to the multiplayer time and time again.

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Tumble- PS3

 

Tumble's never quite as outright fun as something like Boom Blox, but along with Sports Champions' table tennis mode it's a terrific showcase for Move, and another reason to get excited about the possibilities of motion control.

Consumer review by:

Tumble- PS3

 

At £7.99 on PSN Tumble doesn't exactly tear a hole in your wallet, but nor does it present an incentive to actually buy the game. What it does do is offer a tech demo-style example of what Move can do in the basic realm of mini-games.

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