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Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the action. The design also gets good comments. Many are less positive about the multi player mode and controls.

usability, design, action

controls, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 22 reviews)

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Joe Danger: Special Edition Review

 

Falling smack-bang in the deluge of summer sport and E3 excitement, Joe Danger's original low-profile release on PlayStation Network went largely unnoticed, which was unfortunate to say the least for brit-based Hello Games' debut title. Since then he's...

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Joe Danger Special Edition

 

A year and a half ago, Hello Games released Joe Danger for the PS3 to great critical acclaim. It was a light-hearted motorcycle platformer that gave players who loved either Excitebike or Trials HD more of that kind of game. Now, Microsoft has stepped...

Joe Danger SE has some minor flaws, but the vast majority of the experience is both fun and very well-crafted. It's a must-buy for 360-only owners who love the Trials and/or Excitebike series and missed out before due to its PS3 exclusivity. Even for...

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Joe Danger Special Edition Review

 

Especially dangerous.

Great and thorough visual style; Easy to pick up; Fun twist on classic ideas; Tricks are well-balanced; Challenges are well-pieced together

Controls take some getting used to; No multiplayer

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Joe Danger: Special Edition Review

 

Massive amount of content ; Easy to learn track editor ; Encourages multiple run-throughs of levels

Controls can get a bit much ; Frustrating in places

Joe Danger has spent most of the year as a Playstation 3 exclusive; their version of Trials HD, if you will. This exclusivity has been bypassed with Joe Danger: Special Edition on the Xbox 360.

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Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360

 

Split-screen multiplayer and a neat level creator are icing on the cake, but it's already sweet enough to trigger diabetes. Charm and charisma will only get you so far, but Joe Danger's style is matched and exceeded by its substance. Brilliantly...

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Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360

 

As far as the 360-specific additions are concerned, there are a few extra environments and characters for you to get your teeth into, but the core of Joe Danger is resolutely the same as its PS3 cousin. And for once, that's a fantastic thing. If you...

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Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360

 

Joe Danger: Special Edition is a charming triumph, an absolute joy to play, and a fresh modern title that effortlessly manages to play the same notes as the best video games of the 90s.

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Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360

 

Special Edition is indeed the definitive version, but not merely for a new audience; there's just enough in here to warrant a double dip for even the more casual of returning players, especially when you consider how catered to the familiarized much of...

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Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360

 

The game mirrors its hero: classic and old fashioned, but still boasting the skills to amaze us. Joe Danger constantly surprises and delights. The clever level design encourages return visits to look for all the hidden goodies, much like a Mario...

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Joe Danger: Special Edition- Xbox 360

 

Though it has the same level of precision and white-knuckle action as Trials, Joe Danger's brand of racing brings a bit more diversity to the track. Trials kept the focus on completing tracks fast and without errors; Joe Danger, though, adds a batch of...

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