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Section 8: Prejudice- Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 reviews of Section 8: Prejudice- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Views about the graphics and design are generally positive. The action and single player gameplay are also appreciated. Views are divided on the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Section 8: Prejudice- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 85/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Kyle (

Section 8: Prejudice Review


A poor man's Crysis/Battlefield sums Section 8: Prejudice up pretty well.

Section 8: Prejudice is significantly improved over the first game, but much of that improvement comes from the new price point, which says a lot about the game itself. If you are desperate for something new to play but can't spend a lot of money, this...

May, 2011

Expert review by : Adam Dodd (

Section 8: Prejudice


Prejudice is taking a very different path from its predecessor; instead of being a full-priced retail game Prejudice is a much cheaper $15 arcade game. Fortunately, a cheaper price and download exclusivity didn't mean the amount of content would be...

Overall, Prejudice is a vast improvement over the original with new modes to experience, polished controls and an even deeper customization system. If you're looking for a fun time alone or to share with some friends, for $15 you really can't go wrong...

Apr, 2014

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Section 8: Prejudice


Section 8: Prejudice makes a shift towards a smart shooter'. When the first was released, I can't say that I liked it very much and promptly never played it again. However, with the advent of the second game, where the developers listened to the...

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Joe Sinicki (

Section 8: Prejudice


Section 8: Prejudice doesn't do anything groundbreaking in its presentation, but with that being said, it also does most things very well. Environments, effects and pretty much everything looks rather impressive.

The trainer from gives you the ability to use unlimited overdrive and jetpack, meaning you'll be able to zip around the battlefield with ease. This combined with the options for unlimited health, ammo and grenades and you're nothing...

May, 2011

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Section 8: Prejudice Review (Xbox 360)


It reunites the player with Captain Alex Corde and the 8th Armored Infantry and picks up from the end of the first game in the series. Gameplay spans across on-foot engagements as well as the ability to command mechs, combat motorcycles, tanks and...

The locations in the game are diverse, and yet you will find yourself saying "Oh, I saw this mountain in Game X," or "this snow level seems straight out of Game Y." Though I suppose you could say that for any game (how many open fields with mountains...

Apr, 2011


Expert review by : Lydia Sung (neoseeker)

Section 8: Prejudice (XBLA) Review


Section 8 returns to the FPS scene, bringing back dynamic combat mechanics and enough content to rival any big-budget competitor. Not to mention it's only $15.

The biggest changes anyone will notice stepping into Prejudice is the inclusion of a full single-player campaign, something the first Section 8 sorely lacked, and Swarm, a new multiplayer mode and cooperative alternative to Conquest. Section 8's...

Apr, 2011

Expert review by : JeffGates (

Section 8: Prejudice


Three games in one

Surprisingly good campaign, diverse strategic gameplay, Swarm is great co-op fun

Underwhelming sound, unbalanced AI, nothing we haven't seen before

The gameplay of Section 8: Prejudice is rather diverse, offering three separate ways to enjoy the game, the first of these being the traditional single-player.

Apr, 2011

Expert review by : Mike Thompson (

Section 8: Prejudice Review


It's time to travel to the final frontier, meet interesting people, and have a lot of fun killing them.

Great multiplayer action; Lengthy single-player campaign; Solid graphics and sound; Controls are really well-done; No detectable lag in multiplayer; great price at 15 bucks

Single player campaign starts to feel a bit repetitive about halfway through; currently, there are only two multiplayer modes

Mike Thompson is a regular contributor to GameShark and is finishing up his triple major at Northern Arizona University. He contributes regularly to Gamezebo , The Escapist , and College News, and has written for publications Ars Technica , Diablo...

Apr, 2011

Expert review by : Tom Mc Shea (

Section 8: Prejudice Review


Section 8: Prejudice explores well-worn territory, but a smart campaign and volatile competitive mode make this shooter rise above its generic aesthetic.

Long and varied campaign ; Lots of tools, weapons, and vehicles to mess around with ; Dynamic Combat Missions make competitive play an ever-changing experience ; Swarm offers a fun chance to team up with friends

Touchy aiming and vehicle controls ; Sporadic difficulty spikes in single-player

You have plenty of time to come to grips with your vast supply of weapons and vehicles in the lengthy single-player campaign. Unlike the original Section 8, which simply reused the multiplayer maps, this is a from-scratch adventure that does a fine job...

Apr, 2011

Expert review by : Arthur Gies (

Section 8: Prejudice Review


The pieces are all there, But Section 8: Prejudice can't seem to fit them together into something more than sort-of interesting.

Apr, 2011