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Stacking- Xbox 360

Stacking- Xbox 360
alaScore 88

59 reviews

Nov, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 59 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the action and price are overall positive. The usability and gameplay are also mentioned favorably, whereas there are some mixed comments about the story.

gameplay, usability, price, action

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Stacking- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Stacking Review

 

From the mind of Tim Schafer and the people at Double Fine comes a very charming adventure game with a very unique aesthetic.

Stacked is a delightful game that succeeds thanks to its charm and unique mechanics. While it’s not the deepest or most difficult game out there, many will find lots of things to do and plenty of dolls to collect. The game does a good job of...

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Stacking

 

Matryoshka. That's the way I always heard it from the woman in the cubicle next to me, who had been born and raised in Belarus. This strange doll she had on her cube's top shelf was positioned in such a way that it seemed to stare down at me...

It's easy to recommend Stacking for a blind purchase, especially for those who are fans of the old-school adventure game genre. It's not a particularly deep or difficult title to complete, but, like a Saturday morning cartoon, is remarkably fun while...

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Stacking is stacked with charm on Xbox 360, PS3

 

Tim Schafer and his crew at Double Fine Productions deliver another family-friendly downloadable game and Troy is here to see how it stacks up.

Stacking is one of the most charming games you'll ever find, a refreshing break from the ubiquitous shooters flooding the market. It may not have much replay value, but you will still enjoy your stay in the whimsical, unique world of Charlie and his...

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Stacking

 

I remember going to my grandma’s as a kid and always being fascinated with her collection of these wooden dolls that stacked into one another. Matryoshka’s (or babushka) are a set of Russian nesting dolls that are usually cylindrical in shape, and...

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Stacking

 

Stacking is the latest offering from the folks at Double Fine, the studio headed by the legendary Tim Schaffer. This time around we get what could be classified as a “puzzle-adventure” game, where players take control of matryoshkas, or Russian nesting...

Brilliant gameplay concept and execution ; Wonderful atmosphere ; Simple and accessable

Takes too long to get started ; Short

One of the best downloadable games. I just wish there was more of it.

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Stacking Review

 

Pint-sized puzzle solving never looked so good.

Innovative spin on the adventure genre, incredible humor and charm, irreverent storyline, solid puzzles with multiple solutions offer replay value

Matryoshka nesting dolls can look a little creepy at times

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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Stacking on Xbox 360

 

Insert The Small One Into The Big One

From the whole-screen dialog captions, to the broke projector visual style, Stacking’s 1920’s atmosphere is captured well. The environments are large and can feature many characters walking around at one time. Each doll is also created in detail....

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Stacking

 

Tim Schafer and Double Fine have built quite a reputation for themselves when it comes to taking usually mundane subjects or topics and creating hit games. Think about it, they turned rock and roll into Brutal Legend and trick or treating into Costume...

Stacking is a brilliant albeit extremely short game. The world that Double Fine has crafted is both intriguing and humorous and stays with you long after turning it off. The price is a little steap considering the brevity of the experience, but you...

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds

 

Like the X-Men’s Jean Gray, the fighting genre has risen from the \r\nashes. Capcom is leading the fiery rebirth, finding success with Street \r\nFighter IV by distilling the 2D fighting experience to its essentials, \r\nmaking it pretty, and...

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Stacking

 

Double Fine Productions have previously tried their hand at platformers, strategy and role-playing games, but until recently there have been no adventures, despite the company being headed by Tim Schafer, the acclaimed designer behind such titles as...

Diverse abilities keep clever stacking gimmick fresh; wacky scenarios with humour to match; unique and enchanting visual style; high replay factor

Awkward camera; lack of voice acting; short main storyline

Stacking mixes inventive gameplay with a charming visual style to produce an outstanding puzzle-adventure.

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