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Child Of Eden (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 120 reviews of Child Of Eden (Xbox 360). The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Views about the graphics and action are on the whole positive. The design and controls also get good opinions. The usability and multi player mode get less positive views. Reviews about the price and story are mixed.

gameplay, controls, design, action, graphics

multi player, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Child Of Eden (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

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Child of Eden (Xbox 360)


Child of Eden is a brief but magical journey into a world where the mechanical and the natural fight for survival. Like producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi's previous game Rez, the aim is to eradicate an enemy virus from a computer system through five...

Jun, 2011

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Expert review by: Tarek Robertson (

Child of Eden - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games


Tetsuya Mizuguchi's 2001 rail shooter Rez was a curious confluence between established gameplay mechanics and interactive artistic expression. Successful as both a reasonably solid shooter and a stylistic experiment in videogame-induced synesthaesia,...

Aug, 2011

Expert review by: Daniel "monk" Pelfrey (

Child of Eden


Producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi has created some of the most interesting games over the last 10 years. First there was Rez, then Lumines (and its various adaptations and ports) and his work on Meteos and Extend Every Extra, and now Child of Eden. In many...

Great blend of gameplay, visuals and audio ; Playable with both the Kinect and standard controller in a satisfying manner

Short (especially considering the price)

Child of Eden is another satisfying game from Tetsuya Mizuguchi. That statement right there should be enough.

Aug, 2011

Expert review by: Jason Venter (

Child of Eden


I could go back and play another hour or two and maybe I'd magically start having fun, but I think I like my chances better if I tell my wife to stick to salads for all of her future meals. Do you see what Child of Eden has done to me?

Jul, 2011

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Child of Eden Review (Xbox 360)


Some may believe that the music rhythm genre died when Activision disbanded its Guitar Hero unit earlier this year. We may see a decline in the amount of music games created by western developers but that leaves room for innovations from others in the...

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: beefjack (

Child of Eden review [360]


It's hard to describe Child of Eden without slipping into all the clichés you've probably heard before, but there are few other ways to accurately do so. So here we go: it really is an experience, over and above a game. Creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi's...

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: James Cunningham (

Child of Eden


Walking in the footsteps of synaesthetic giants.

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Daniel Hirshleifer (

Child of Eden


It's very easy to admire Child of Eden. The artistry of its sound and visuals, the simplicity of the gameplay, and the Kinect integration all combine to make a game that should be experienced by anyone who spent their hard earned cash on the device....

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Si Wellings (

Child of Eden


For those who have never played the original, Child of Eden is the successor to Rez, which became a cult classic on the Playstation 2. Combining stark visuals with interactive music all tied together in a fluid Shoot-'em-up, Child of Eden follows on...

Jul, 2011