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Grabbed By The Ghoulies (Xbox 360)

Grabbed By The Ghoulies (Xbox 360)
alaScore 65

5 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the story. Some have doubts about the single player gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Grabbed By The Ghoulies (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 65/100 = Good quality.

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Grabbed by the Ghoulies

 

Ghoulies galore. Players will encounter more than 25 types of ghoulies to keep them on their toes, including vampires, zombies, mummies, skeletons, haunted furniture and many more. Each ghoulie has its own movement, personality and style of attack, and...

Wide variety of weapons. Players will have more than 100 household objects at their disposal to use as weapons. They can bash ghoulies with chairs, pool cues, tables, pictures and nearly anything else they find in the house. For example, they can take...

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Grabbed by the Ghoulies Review (Xbox)

 

The first word that comes to mind when describing gameplay in Grabbed by the Ghoulies is “simple”. Ghoulies is a game that geared toward the younger crowd, so those expecting a Conker's type adventure should look elsewhere. That being said, Ghoulies...

While Grabbed by the Ghoulies wasn’t what we were expecting as the first Rare title on the Xbox, it certainly showcases a lot of the elements that have made their previous games successful for Nintendo. The presentation and cutesy storyline is...

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Karaoke comes to the Xbox 360 with Lips

 

BackgroundI've always been a sucker for karaoke games going back to Singstar on the PS2. Being completely tone deaf when it comes to singing, the ability to give it a go in my own home where I am not going to embarass myself too much ...

Good fun, great party game

Could do with more tracks, single player mode is a bit weak

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Does Microsoft Have It's Own Singstar?

 

As somewhat of a guilty pleasure, I do enjoy karaoke games, even though I really can't sing worth crap. Though regardless whether or not you can sing, it's still fun to sing along with music, and earn achievements while you're at it. Before Lips, the ...

Videos do look good, as close as to Singstar as you'll find on the 360

Lacking community elements, lacking interface, fewer download-bale songs than Singstar

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