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Fading Shadows (PSP)

Fading Shadows (PSP)
alaScore 83

15 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews of Fading Shadows (PSP). The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Fading Shadows (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 15 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

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Fading Shadows (PSP)

 

Somewhere between Marble Madness and Myst there is Fading Shadows. In it, you must roll a sphere through a fantasy world, solving puzzles and avoiding hazards all the while. It's a fresh combination of tried-and-true gaming elements that, when it...

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Fading Shadows

 

A puzzle game with a meaningful plot? Just when you thought you had seen it all along comes Agetec's latest PSP title Fading Shadows. Not quite an RPG and yet...

Clever level design ; Tons of intricately crafted puzzles ; Nice presentation

Frustrating camera ; No zoom function

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Review: Fading Shadows

 

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Fading Shadows

 

Spherical puzzler with an emphasis on balls

Inventive premise ; Solving pinball puzzles ; Orb" is cooler than "pinball

Too short ; Too few puzzles ; Agonizing load times

The orb has three forms (wood, metal or glass), each with their advantages or disadvantages. In theory, this adds another dimension to the basic puzzles. In practice, it’s just another bland tactic rendered useless by the overabundance of...

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Fading Shadows [GameStop Exclusive]

 

Fading Shadows is a puzzle game from Lithuanian developer Ivolgamus that combines the ball-rolling gameplay of Marble Madness with mild fantasy elements. It seems the evil Master Gardal has plans to conquer the Castle of Heaven, but to breach its gates he

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Fading Shadows

 

There's some magic to this fantasy puzzle adventure, but a few frustrations break the spell.

Concept feels fresh and original ; Puzzles are absorbing without being frustrating ; Visuals have understated elegance

Uncooperative camera ; Terrible platforming sections ; Music repeats too frequently

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Fading Shadows Review

 

Ivolgamus' ‘Fading Shadows' is the latest puzzle title for the PSP. The genre seems...

became frustrating, but I fear it might for someone who is a bit more casual puzzle gamer. I also found the game came to an end far too quickly. True, you can go back and redo the puzzles, but I was able to whip through many levels in a few minutes. ...

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Fading Shadows Review for PSP

 

Fading Shadows for PSP Review - Despite a few gripes, Fading Shadows is still an outstanding little game, and one that's well suited to the handheld.

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Fading Shadows

 

Marble goodness

Admittedly, in this game's case the marbles are computer generated and can be pushed around inside ancient fantasy worlds held in your hand while sitting on the bus but, nonetheless, it's still good old fashioned marbles

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nah!

 

dont rate this much waste of time