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Peggle (Xbox 360)

Peggle (Xbox 360)
alaScore 82

20 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay. The story is also appreciated. There are some less positive opinions about the controls.

multi player, story, gameplay

controls

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

Review analysis

(Based on 20 reviews)

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Peggle

 

More fun than you should be allowed to have. What is Peggle? That was the first question I had when my friends were saying that they couldn't wait for the...

A ton of levels and modes ; Fun and very addicting ; I dare you to try and get mad at it

Later levels get really difficult ; Will consume a lot of your time

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Peggle Nights Review (Xbox 360) - Frictionless Insight

 

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It's not enough to attend the Peggle Institute, bouncing balls through fields of pegs, falling into Extreme Fever when pegs are eliminated and racking up high scores. In Peggle Nights, the instructors of the Peggle Institute share their dreams,...

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Peggle

 

Peggle is the perfect example of the kind of game that just passed me by the first time it came out. Despite my friends and family raving about it, glowing reviews and low minimum requirements for my PC, Peggle is one of those games I missed along the...

I never should have doubted my friends and co-workers. Peggle proves to be another fantastic Xbox Live Arcade game, full of great puzzles, fun characters, cool power-ups and an exciting multiplayer mode. It's a bit on the short side, though. Even with...

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Peggle

 

PopCap Games (Bejeweled, Chuzzle, Zuma, Bookworm, Feeding Frenzy, Feeding Frenzy 2 and many more) can be found everywhere you look – the internet, PCs, PDAs, cell phones, consoles. This company, well known in the casual gaming world, has brought...

Adventure mode (single player campaign) contains 55 different levels with 10 unusual instructors (such as Bjorn Unicorn, Tula the Sunflower and Lord Cinderbottom) to lead the way. In this mode, you can't choose your character; it automatically changes...

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Peggle Game Review - Xbox 360

 

While Peggle's not going to be a visual powerhouse, it is definitely tailored to be a better fit for standard-def TV's with a border around the level screen get when playing in HD. The artwork behind the pegs and all throughout the menus still look...

You want a new addiction on XBLA

You've already played Peggle to death on the PC

Peggle definitely makes the transition over to Xbox Live Arcade very well with the main game’s set of modes and two new multiplayer modes that makes it an easy 800 points, or Peggle definitely makes the transition over to Xbox Live Arcade very well...

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Peggle Review (Xbox 360)

 

is in a class of its own. It's one of those contests that's simple, yet complex; soothing, yet infuriating; and gorgeous, yet nasty

fanatic, you’ll be busy for quite some time with just the single-player section

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Peggle [Xbox Live Arcade]

 

This text refers to the PC version of this title.Inspired by the Japanese parlor game pachinko and the arcade classic Breakout, Peggle has you launching balls from the screen's top to hit a series of blue and orange pegs located below. Only by clearing th

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Peggle

 

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Peggle

 

Experience the ball-bouncing, peg-busting phenomenon sweeping the globe, now on Xbox LIVE Arcade!Do you have what it takes to become a Peggle master? Conquer dozens of levels with 10 different characters, each with a unique special power. Face off...

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Peggle

 

Take a dash of strange Japanese ball-dropping game Pachinko, add a dash of pinball, tap Sir Isaac Newton on the shoulder for a bit of gravity, and dress the resultant heady addictive cocktail up in bright garish rainbow-coloured tones, and you-ll be a...

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