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Iron Brigade (Xbox 360)

Iron Brigade (Xbox 360)
alaScore 82

23 reviews

Jul, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay and value for money. The action and story are also appreciated.

story, action, value for money, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Iron Brigade (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 23 reviews)

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Trenched Review

 

Double Fine has been knocking it out of the park with their downloadable games, and Trenched keeps the good times coming.

Trenched is the best downloadable game I’ve played all year. Its skillful blend of witty writing, fun shooting, and tactical tower defense makes for hours of replayable gameplay. Take into account the loot grind that Trenched inspires, and the online...

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Trenched Review

 

Trenched is a humorous tower defense game that incorporates fast-paced action and a rewarding loot system to great effect.

Great combination of tower defense and action gameplay ; Varied missions with plenty of replay value ; Fun to play solo, even better with friends ; Customizing Trenches with looted gear is compelling

Collecting scrap is a hassle

Scrap collection is a minor but frequent irritation throughout Trenched's campaign. As you progress and unlock more customization options for your Trench, you might choose to equip legs that move more quickly or to carry emplacements that automatically...

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Trenched Review

 

A tower defense, MechWarrior, and Brutal Legend alien love triangle.

The folks over at Double Fine Productions seem to be some sort of video game genre necromancers. In Trenched the studio has managed to revive not just one, but two genres that many have written off as dead: mech games and tower defense.Mechs don't get...

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Iron Brigade- Xbox 360

 

There's 400MP DLC pack Rise of the Martian Bear, which adds new enemies that fill tactical holes, survival maps, and a fourth five-mission campaign. Iron Brigade is great on its own - not a perfectly balanced strategy game, but it's great fun finding...

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Iron Brigade- Xbox 360

 

There's a lot to like about Iron Brigade. While it doesn't ruffle up the genre, it does have a unique setting and is a fresh approach to an increasingly stale genre.

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Iron Brigade- Xbox 360

 

The game's underlying sense of humour and its obvious affection for giant robots save it from feeling ordinary, but its favouring of trenches over tactics makes for a competent mech game with extra flair rather than a completely seamless genre blend.

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Iron Brigade- Xbox 360

 

Trenched screams personality, polish, and customization. While it is labeled a tower defense game, it allows for so much more. Lack of split screen co-op is disappointing, but overall, Trenched is well worth the dozens of hours you will inevitably...

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Iron Brigade- Xbox 360

 

It's not perfect but, instead of the faults piling up to become an unbearable thorn in your side, they're more like the eccentricities of a favorite uncle. It's whacky, weird, and wonderful. If you're at all interested in Tower Defense, you absolutely...

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Iron Brigade- Xbox 360

 

Double Fine has taken a killer idea, put some real oomph behind the mechanics, and released yet another awesome downloadable title. It's pitch perfect for summer nights spent blasting waves of tubes with friends, and solid enough to stand with other...

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Iron Brigade- Xbox 360

 

There's silliness here and there: One mission involves protecting a depot filled with coconuts, so the soldiers can enjoy them for dinner. But humor is never a focus. If nothing else, Trenched proves Double Fine's ability as game-makers, and not just...

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