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Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360

Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360
alaScore 81

21 reviews

Feb, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews of Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews.

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

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(Based on 21 reviews)

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Expert review by: Eduardo_Reboucas (

Crimson Alliance Review


Hack. Pay ten bucks. Slash. Pay fifteen. THUNDERBOLT!

Another option to hack-'n'-slash!; Pay less if you stick to one class; Fun while it lasts

Uneven character progression leads to grinding; Damage-sponge enemies; Difficulty ramps up dramatically in single-player; How hard can you mash them buttons

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Ken "ZeroTolerance" McKown (

Crimson Alliance Review


The hack and slash field is slowly gaining momentum. With Torchlight II and Diablo III on the horizon and the original Torchlight and Dungeon Siege III occupying a lot of gamer's time, the genre is...

Combat is fun ; Love the later levels ; Online co-op is great

Story not as good as it could be ; Lack of player progression

The hack and slash field is slowly gaining momentum. With Torchlight II and Diablo III on the horizon and the original Torchlight and Dungeon Siege III occupying a lot of gamer’s time, the genre is definitely going strong. Microsoft hopes to capitalize...

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Michael Barnes (

Crimson Alliance Review


You hack, I?ll slash

Great combat system with a nice sense of tactics and variety; good production values; good co-op mechanics; lots of levels and high replay value with three distinct characters

Incentive system without loot or XP is unsatisfying; character development is practically nonexistent; boring story, characters, and setting; tacky in-game purchase option; single-player option is limited and incomplete with no bots provided

Michael Barnes is a regular contributor to GameShark , as a reviewer and with a weekly boardgame column, Cracked LCD , and is one of the co-founders of and No High Scores.

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: (

Crimson Alliance Review


Teaming up with friends will give you access to every inch of this adventure. But there's a lot of solo havoc to wreak as well.

Whether you're just killing time until Diablo III comes around, looking for some fun multiplayer co-op action, or aching for a leaderboard challenge, Crimson Alliance is a great time at a great value

Consumer review by: Matt Maguire (

Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360


Our advice is spend the full 1200 up front and enjoy varied play with each of the characters. Just don't expect a lot more than some slick fantasy-style arcade brawling and it'll be money well spent.

Oct, 2011

Consumer review by: Matt Cabral (

Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360


While you'll likely forget its stock story and familiar presentation shortly after the credits roll, your long-suffering thumbs will serve as a reminder of the undeniable fun you had with Crimson Alliance.

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: Jordan Baughman (

Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360


While the leveling mechanics are a little too shallow to keep true RPG fans invested, the dark cel-shaded visuals and easy-to-pick up combat system can make for a fun weekend with friends. Just be sure to make the right choice if you're only willing to...

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: Neilie Johnson (

Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360


For what it is and what it costs, Crimson Alliance offers some good-looking, undemanding fun and with its class-specific gameplay and multiplayer modes, a respectable amount of replayability.

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: Kevin Miller (

Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360


At its surface, Crimson Alliance is a bit shallow. But if you take advantage of the tools provided, tweak the difficulty at times, and play with a group of friends, the depth starts to show. It won't deliver in areas that other action RPG games do, but...

Sep, 2011

Consumer review by: Aylon Herbet (

Crimson Alliance- Xbox 360


Crimson Alliance is the perfect example of a game that copies a well known formula, but doesn't add anything of its own. If you have a group of 3 friends you could play with, then I could definitely recommend getting the free version to try out...

Sep, 2011