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Awesomenauts- Xbox 360

Awesomenauts- Xbox 360
alaScore 89

30 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 30 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay and controls. The action and multi player mode also get good feedback.

story, multi player, action, controls, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Awesomenauts- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 30 reviews)

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Awesomenauts

 

Awesomenauts is an attempt to recreate the MOBA experience on consoles. Now, I've never played a multiplayer online battle arena game before, so I

Awesomenauts isn’t really a bad game. It’s well built, holds promise for additional content and serves as a good primer to the MOBA genre. Unfortunately, the lack of players kills the product. You can’t have fun with bots that run off and do their own...

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Awesomenauts (XBLA) Review

 

Find out if this game is as awesome as the title suggests.

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Awesomenauts

 

Back at Eurogamer Expo last year, developers Ronimo had monitors set up to show off their then upcoming XBLA title. It was colourful, instantly playable and nailed that 16-bit sensibility. Here’s what I had to say:

Sure, it carries with it some hereditary issues of the 16-bit era – lack of depth and flattened when playing without a friend – but when it works Awesomenauts is a needed break. For those of us that spent many adolescent summers playing Worms, General...

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Awesomenauts

 

If ever there was a game on the Xbox Live Arcade that was a great marriage of Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA), 2D side-scrolling action with a vintage play on classic Saturday morning cartoons and party games, then Awesomenauts is it. There was...

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Awesomenauts Review

 

2D domination for a modern age.

Easy to pick up; Deep, yet simple, combat; Drop-in, drop-out battles

Very limited number of maps

While Awesomenauts is a basic game—attack and destroy—it's a great online-only brawler to share with friends. I do worry about when the shininess starts to tarnish, as they'll need to update this consistently to keep players playing, but it's a good...

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Awesomenauts Review

 

Offering a concept that's part Super Smash Bros, part example of the MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) genre, there's nothing else out there on consoles like Awesomenauts. At first, seeming far too limited and simplistic, Ronimo Games' title opens...

Gaining an elusive double kill with Clunk, courtesy of his self explosion attack. There's nothing quite as sweetly satisfying.

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Awesomenauts Review

 

Awesomenauts is fun and frantic, and a great introduction to a typically unfriendly genre.

Ridiculous Saturday-morning cartoon characters and presentation ; Deep customization options for individuals and teams ; Easy, accessible controls

Occasional online connection and balance issues

Unfortunately, not all of the characters are available up front, which means you need to level up your account through matches with characters you might not like in the meantime. You can level up in offline practice modes (the only single-player option...

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Awesomenauts on Xbox 360

 

Bringing Saturday Morning To XBLA

Awesomenauts is an unexpected, peculiar, and faster paced 2D platformer that will become more addictive the more you put into it. A niche title like this is welcomed on the XBLA and future titles are bound to draw inspiration from it.

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Awesomenauts Review

 

Whether you're unfamiliar or way into MOBAs, Awesomenauts is an interesting and entertaining alternative with the odd irritating issue.

Summoning a ghostly raging bull to smash the monkey into a turret? Nonsense, but a strong tactic. Blowing yourself up to slow down a group of invading attackers? Same deal. Awesomenauts loves how silly it is, but it takes its strategy seriously. This...

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Awesomenauts Review

 

Drew gets his MOBA on with his review of Awesomenauts. Find out if the name is fitting or a misnomer.

Simple game play & deep customization ; Charming presentation ; Nice, balanced characters ; Allows both online and offline local play

Some connection issues ; Small number of levels ; Can’t change characters mid-match

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