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Rock of Ages- Xbox 360

Rock of Ages- Xbox 360
alaScore 85

32 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 32 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and action. The single player gameplay and size also get good opinions, but there are some mixed opinions about the multi player mode.

price, size, single player, action, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Rock of Ages- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 32 reviews)

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Rock of Ages

 

The game however, falls apart as you play through the campaign, in which extended and repetitive play sessions exemplify the game's greatest faults. Despite ACE Team's careful crafting of chokepoints, shortcuts, and level layouts more often than not,...

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Rock of Ages - Xbox 360 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

In what's only their second attempt, Ace Team has already created a game that defies clean classification. In their combination of relatively common conventions, each one incompatible by definition, the Chilean developer draws deeply from the dramatic...

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Rock of Ages

 

Games like Rock of Ages are reasons why I love video games. These days, big name publishers are playing it safe by banking on low risk sequels or

Some niggling control and camera issues should not prevent you from playing Rock of Ages. It is an entertaining action puzzler with a hilariously bizarre sense of style. The game is a steal for 800MS points ($10) and certainly one of the more enjoyable...

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Rock of Ages Review

 

This bizarre tower defense/marble madness mash up just might be the most unique game you play all year.

Rock of Ages remains fun despite its problems, and makes for some great local competitive play. The campaign gets annoying at times because of the time constraints with defense building, but is quirky and funny enough that it ultimately remains worth...

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Rock of Ages Review

 

It Rocks.

Goofy, charming humor permeates the entire experience, novel mix of Monkey Ball-style platforming and tower defense

Battles can get repetitive, fights are too chaotic to be truly strategic

Danielle Riendeau is a regular contributor to GameShark and is the cohost of Jumping the Shark , GameShark.com's official podcast and is co-founder of the gaming blog No High Scores. She's also a serious workout warrior.

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Rock of Ages

 

Super Monkey Ball meets tower defence meets Monty Python.

The tower defence genre has been moving in an increasingly action-focused direction as of late. The likes of

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Rock of Ages Review

 

I bet most people who play independent downloadable games have a love-hate relationship with this type of game: when an indie game is good, it's downright brilliant, a diamond in the rough, shining against the play-alike dross that is so prevalent in...

If there is one aspect of this game that is brilliantly executed, though, it’s the presentation. Whoever was behind the artistic style of Rock of Ages has obviously watched way too much Monty Python, but that’s not a bad thing, as the overall look and...

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Rock of Ages

 

Rock of Ages has one of those baffling concepts that sounds too crazy to work. Yet here I am about to spend a thousand words explaining why everybody should rush to their systems and download this charming action/strategy game. Even with a short...

Part Marble Madness, part Rampart and all Monty Python. Rock of Ages delivers a unique blend of real-time strategy and platforming, making this one of the most intriguing games of the year. Best of all, the game's many cinemas are worth the price of...

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Rock of Ages Review

 

Tower defense is a genre I still feel is coming into its own. Whether you love it or hate it, chances are you have played some form of it over the past few years. Atlus, a company known for creating...

Great art style ; Love the humor ; Nice mix of genres

Multiplayer wears thin ; Difficulty spikes

Tower defense is a genre I still feel is coming into its own. Whether you love it or hate it, chances are you have played some form of it over the past few years. Atlus, a company known for creating quirky and original games, has taken its latest...

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Rock of Ages Review

 

Rock of Ages has a delightfully goofy concept and offers some destructive fun, but it's hampered by its weak defense elements.

It's fun to smash a giant rock into things ; The final moments of close battles can be very exciting ; Whimsical and fitting visual style

Defensive elements often don't have much impact ; Rote boss battles

Each time you crash your boulder into the enemy's gates (or your boulder gets so damaged that it crumbles to bits on the way down), your workers get busy hewing a new one out of a giant stone cube. During this downtime, you can set up defenses to make...

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