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Bodycount (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the action. The gameplay and multi player mode get negative views.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Bodycount (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 17 reviews)

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Bodycount

 

With the gaming industry, especially the First Person Shooter genre, heavily dominated by titles such as Call of Duty and Halo, it makes you wonder if there is room at the top for another big name title. Unfortunately, while Bodycount does think...

With a non-existent storyline and fledgling gameplay that hinges solely on the run and gun mechanic, Bodycount simply is not anywhere on the level of a top tier FPS. Add in the fact that there is flat out no multiplayer to speak of and you have a game...

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Bodycount

 

Bodycount could be called the spiritual successor to Black, Criterion Games' epic destruction fest; however it soon becomes clear that whilst its predecessor revolutionised visceral combat, Bodycount is simply a bare shell of a game.

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Bodycount - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

John McTiernan's Predator had guns, muscles, attitude, explosions and was situated in a jungle. That's already a guaranteed 7/10 before the movie even begins, and an example of how to do it right. So how did Codemasters manage to make a video game...

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Bodycount

 

Back in the day, Black was a shotgun blast up the backside for the FPS genre, with loud, meaty guns that tore up scenery, blasted doors off their hinges and sent enemies flying. Black was unashamedly arcadey too, revelling in staple shooter cliches...

Bodycount could have been so much more than the generic FPS that it's turned out to be. It has its moments, but they're too few and far between in a game that's plagued with imperfections and glaring flaws. Bodycount is not a completely terrible game...

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Bodycount Review

 

Explosive action and incentivized gunplay fail to heat up in Bodycount, a tepid and short-lived shooter.

Skillshots can be gratifying ; Some sizable and appealing environments ; A few fun guns

Gameplay feels flat ; Campaign is only six hours long ; Enemy AI is lackluster ; Multiplayer modes are rudimentary

Bodycount checks some boxes on the how-to-make-a-successful-shooter list, but it fails to leverage its successes and create an engaging experience. Burdened by its flaws and light on content, it lingers in limbo, neither recommendable nor repugnant....

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Bodycount

 

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Bodycount

 

How do you review a game that could kill a studio?

Rushed projects are not a studio's fault, necessarily. They are often the product of unrealistic publisher expectations, or a lack of funds. Perhaps that's true of Bodycount, perhaps not. Whatever the reason, it's is an uncommonly poor game. As a...

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Bodycount

 

Bodycount offers an old skool game experience, but in this day and age of cinematic epics...it has a hard job standing out from the crowd.

Bodycount is worth a shot if you have a hankering for some old skool mayhem, but, the multiplayer is lacking and there are hardly any games to be found online that are worth joining now.

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Bodycount (Xbox 360)

 

I know your momma's grieving… fuck her! Cos tonight we get even.

When all is said and done, Bodycount is a very average game. With everything that it does right, the game does another thing wrong. But that’s not to say there is nothing to like about this game. I actually had a lot of fun with some of the set pieces...

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Bodycount

 
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