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Crash: Mind Over Mutant (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews of Crash: Mind Over Mutant (Xbox 360). The average rating for this product is 3.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. People really like the reliability. The controls is also appreciated. Many are negative about the gameplay and multi player mode.

story, controls, reliability

multi player, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Crash: Mind Over Mutant (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 76/100 = Good quality.

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Crash: Mind Over Mutant

 

If I was to start tossing out words, certain images or characters would leap into your brain. For instance, if someone spoke the word Nintendo, chances are that you would think of Mario, that iconic plumber known by practically everyone. Similarly,...

Whether you are new to the name Crash Bandicoot, or you are a seasoned veteran, you will find something likeable about Mind over Mutant. The game plays similar to previous titles but does offer some improved controls and the ability to upgrade your...

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Crash: Mind Over Mutant - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

You should never go back” is a quote which we can all apply to an experience during our lifetime. Maybe you've moved back to a place you once loved as a child only to return without those rose tinted lenses. Maybe you've decided to give your old...

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Crash Bandicoot: Mind over Mutant

 

I'll be completely honest with you; I haven't played a Crash Bandicoot game since the second game on the original PlayStation back in the mid-1990s. It's not that I disliked Naughty Dog's smart-mouthed mascot character; it's that the Mario and Sonic...

What the heck happened to Crash Bandicoot? When I last played this franchise it was full of life and creativity, yet here's a game that seems beaten down and on its last legs. The game's stab at an open world falls flat, just like every other "new"...

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Crash: Mind Over Mutant - Review

 

For just under a decade Sony had a little orange mascot who went by the name Crash Bandicoot, and he jumped his way into the heart of any gamer over the age twenty. Some of our favorite gaming memories were carried out through the hops and skips of Mr....

This leads to multiple, and repeated, deaths that turn an otherwise fun game into something that is way too frustrating. We had a four-year old come into the office and spend a little time with Crash: Mind Over Mutant and found out that he really...

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Crash: Mind over Mutant Review

 

Crash's latest adventure lacks some smarts.

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Crash Bandicoot: Mind over Mutant Review (Xbox 360)

 

Crash Bandicoot certainly has had better days. When he began his video-game career back in the PlayStation era in the mid-'90s, developer Naughty Dog and Sony Computer Entertainment used him to help establish the shift to 3-D action games and change...

One of my pet peeves lately is the perpetual inclusion of “invisible walls” to corral players and lead them along an unmarked path. When you’re walking your character along in a mostly open area, but find yourself impeded by what seems to be a force...

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Crash: Mind Over Mutant (2008) on Xbox 360

 

The worlds that Crash explores are varied and surprisingly detailed, more so on Xbox 360 than Wii, but even so, the game is by no means ugly on Nintendo's system. You'll notice vast landscapes with shimmering transparent streams and reflective surfaces...

A fun platformer for kids, but there's nothing innovative or fresh about it.

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Devil May Cry HD Collection

 

The Devil May Cry HD Collection features the games from the series' original PS2 trilogy, remastered with updated textures and widescreen support for high-definition play on Xbox 360. The games follow the adventures of the demon hunter, Dante, which play

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Crash: Mind Over Mutant

 

Crash Bandicoot has been around dating back to the Playstation 1 era and since then has become an annual franchise for Activision. This year's adventure is sub titled "Mind Over Mutant" and Crash is once again trying to stop Cortex from taking over the...

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Crash Bandicoot: Mind over Mutant (Xbox 360) - Gameplanet Review

 

Crash: Mind Over Mutant is just another Crash title in a long line of Crash titles. The gameplay is nothing new and the graphics are average. The levels are creative but end up being a bit repetitive due to the mission structure and the back-tracking...

Amazing story and satire. Co-op. Some fun and unique levels

Fixed camera. No online multiplayer. Backtracking. Mediocre gameplay. It's Crash... again

A mixed bag.

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