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Rio- Xbox 360

Rio- Xbox 360
alaScore 82

13 reviews

Apr, 2014

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

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Rio (Xbox 360)

 

In the tradition of Fuzion Frenzy and the Mario Party games comes Rio. Rio tosses the vibrant avian stars of the animated film of the same name into a host of simple minigames. Not all of the games here will hold the interest of even young players for...

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Rio

 

I think it's fair to say that the two most maligned game genres today are movie tie-in games and party games. Movie tie-in games are, I imagine, viewed a little worse by gamers, probably because of the cynicism involved; they are usually sloppily put...

Rio is a perfectly competent yet completely unoriginal game undone by an over-abundance of rehashed ideas. Ostensibly a kid's game, Rio combines unimaginative game ideas with plastic characters, creepy sprayed on expressions, and a difficulty that is...

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Rio Review for the XBOX360

 

Just like that river twisting through a dusty land.

Perfect pick-up-and-play approach; Catchy music and vivid colors add a fun "bounce" to the game; Controls are simple to pick up and use in any mini-game

of which there are very few varieties; In-Game advertising is, well...it's a movie-game, OK

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Rio

 

It’s almost that time of year; Summer, when the weather gets gorgeous and the blockbuster movies start to come out. Before the big rush of movies hit, sometimes there’s a few that sneak ahead in the Spring to beat the rush of movie overload. Rio is one...

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Rio

 

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Rio Review

 

Rio is inconsistent and short on personality, but there's some enjoyment to be had in this multiplayer party game.

Many enjoyable minigames ; Just $30

Doesn't take advantage of film license ; Some games are too basic to appeal to players of any age

There's no online support here; you can only play locally. Given the game's party vibe and target audience of young children, this isn't much of a setback. It's the sort of game that ought to be played with people in the same room. Not every minigame...

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Rio- Xbox 360

 

At only $30, Rio is worth looking into if you're a parent with kids who just aren't satisfied with 96 minutes of endangered animated birds on the big screen. If you're an older player looking for some multiplayer action for parties with your buds,...

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Rio- Xbox 360

 

Not every minigame is a winner, and they could have benefitted from more charm and personality, but there's enough family-oriented fun here to make this good-natured game an enjoyable diversion.

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