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DeathSmiles- Xbox 360

DeathSmiles- Xbox 360
alaScore 81

18 reviews

Apr, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 18 reviews of DeathSmiles- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the action, but there are some mixed comments about the price.


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

Review analysis

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Deathsmiles (Xbox 360)


There's no doubt that Deathsmiles is bound to garner some attention for its clearly underage witchy schoolgirl protagonists who must battle through evil hordes and demonic forces in provocative attire. However, this gothic-themed Lolita shooter isn't...

Aug, 2010

Expert review by: Jason Venter (



The game's settings can also be tweaked to your satisfaction. For instance, you can choose which wallpaper you would like to frame the play area (the game doesn't take up the whole screen). It's also possible to zoom the screen a bit, or to...

Sep, 2011

Expert review by: Jesse_Costantino (

DeathSmiles Review for the XBOX360


The Geek Chic 2D Resurgence continues.

Well-crafted mechanics; Endlessly replayable; Surprisingly accessible

A bit too much fan service

Jul, 2010

Expert review by: Christopher Brown (



Japanese developer Cave offers fans of fast-paced side-scrolling shooters a chance to guide four coquettish angels through swarms of demonic monsters in Deathsmiles: Limited Edition. With the gates of hell opening up and demons pouring into the kingdom of

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DeathSmiles (Xbox 360)


‘Gothic-Lolita'? Oh dear, Japan. Oh dear.

Well regardless of all that, DeathSmiles does still represent Cave at their best and at a price that you can’t argue with. The range of difficulty settings and modes means there will definitely be something there for players of all skill levels and...

Feb, 2011

Expert review by: Nathan Meunier, GameSpot (



The bullets are plentiful in this crazy, colorful shoot-'em-up.

Aug, 2010

Consumer review by: Matt Lees (

DeathSmiles- Xbox 360


In a genre that's become mired in self-destructive fan service, delivering ultra-hardcore fare like Ikaruga and Omega Five, Deathsmiles is a refreshing change. Lovingly hiding its complexities beneath a dumb and grinning façade, it substantially lowers...

Mar, 2011

Consumer review by: Simon Parkin (

DeathSmiles- Xbox 360


Those able to see past the idiosyncratic, somewhat stale visuals to perceive the zeros and ones ticking away beneath the surface will discover one of Cave's finest achievements: a game that lowers the barrier to accessibility without compromising its...

Feb, 2011

Consumer review by: Martin Gaston (

DeathSmiles- Xbox 360


It will still be far too difficult for most, but the game is one of the developer's most accessible titles to date, and while its jagged 2D art and unpopular genre will never grant it more than an extremely niche audience, the few who are interested...

Feb, 2011

Consumer review by: Gavin Mackenzie (

DeathSmiles- Xbox 360


It is fun, and there's some semblance of skill and strategy required in some sections, but supposedly the real substance of the game lies in its intricate scoring systems - you get six versions of Deathsmiles on your disc, each with subtly different...

Jan, 2011