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Splosion Man (Xbox 360)

Splosion Man  (Xbox 360)
alaScore 89

111 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 111 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the usability and single player gameplay. The design and graphics also get good views, but opinions are divided on the action.

gameplay, graphics, design, single player, usability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Splosion Man (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 111 reviews)

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Ms. Splosion Man - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Off in the distance I can hear a familiar radiating jingle, an audible clue to a nearby hidden treasure. It is a pair of shoes. In the other direction is safety and, perhaps, the end of the level. The struggle to reach this point has already been quite...

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Pinball FX 2: Ms. Splosion Man Table Review - Frictionless Insight

 

Ms. Splosion Man has escaped confinement from the labs of Big Science and is on a 'splodin' rampage, shattering walls, blowing up barrels and chasing down scientists. But this isn't Twisted Pixel's latest platformer, it's Zen's latest pinball table for...

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Ms. Splosion Man

 

You will notice that starting out on your explosive voyage, the levels start out quite easy as you learn the techniques of this puzzling 2D platformer. Don't be fooled however because each new level is faster and more action packed then the last...

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Review: Ms. Splosion Man

 

Developer Twisted Pixel has a somewhat rocky history with their Xbox Live Arcade titles. While their first game, The Maw, was a relatively mediocre experience, their rise to fame was thanks to 2009's Splosion Man. Combining relatively new and...

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Ms. Splosion Man Review

 

She sorta likes doughnuts, but loves shoes. Completely indifferent about cake.

Funny as all hell; Challenging...; A lot of content to get through; Only $10 (800 MSP)

with less resourcefulness and more "automaton" coordination; Graphics and camera angles get in your way

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Ms. Splosion Man

 

Despite rumors to the contrary, platforming is alive and well - it's just download only. Well that or Nintendo, but shhhh, quit mucking up my argument. Ms. Splosion Man is the sequel to 2009's Splosion Man. Along with a nice nod to the arcade classics;...

Great gameplay ; Excellent design

Sound design could use some real work, some effects and voices are downright irritating

Ms. Splosion Man isn’t just a competent sequel; it’s a well-done game. There is more than enough to justify downloading this game, it’s a classical platformer without the baggage of old characters. In itself this sort of creativity should be rewarded,...

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Ms. Splosion Man Review

 

From the off the wall, crazy, and humorous minds of those at Twisted Pixel comes Ms. Splosion Man, the follow up to Splosion Man, but how does it stack [...]

A great improvement over the first game and will be good for a laugh if you like the way Twisted Pixel makes their games which are powered by the "Beard" engine.

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Ms. Splosion Man Review

 

Ms. Splosion Man is a complex woman; one hell of a platformer

World-class level design, Insane sense of humor, Challenging but accessible

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Justin Amirkhani is a regular contributor here at GameShark.com and can be found on Twitter as @Keadin. His work can also be read in print across Canada and on Xbox.ca

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Ms. 'Splosion Man Review

 

Thrilling level design makes Ms. 'Splosion Man an explosively fun platformer.

Constantly evolving, wonderfully challenging level design ; Separate co-op campaign is terrific ; Lots of funny moments and funny extras ; Leaderboards, ghosts, and collectibles provide heaps of replay value

Visuals get too busy at times ; Puzzles occasionally slow down the action

On occasion, you might rightfully blame the game for your death as, for instance, you slam into a wall of spikes you couldn't possibly have known was there. But, your fault or not, each death is a learning experience, and in the treacherous levels of...

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Ms. Splosion Man Review

 

It's official – Twisted Pixel has our attention when it comes to anything in terms of downloadable games. The Maw was interesting enough on its own accord, but the company's two following games – Splosion Man and Comic Jumper – managed to grab enough...

Likewise, if you’re too down in the dumps (or don’t quite have the solution the game wants you to come up with), you can always skip past the level, but there’s a price to pay. Where the original Splosion Man put you in an embarrassing tutu, Ms....

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