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Warp- Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the action. The gameplay is also mentioned favorably, whereas the story and value for money get critical reviews.

design, gameplay, action

controls, value for money, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Warp- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 37 reviews)

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WARP Review

 

A successful experiment, inside and out.

Creative gameplay that gives players options; Playful but violent material is entertaining; Good amount of content without outstaying its welcome

Voicework can get repetitive; Insta-deaths matched with loading times; A bit of backtracking later on

With a surprisingly packed world that grants players with a relatively small but varied set of tricks, Warp is a well-designed experience with an effective difficulty curve and a solid pace. It suffers from some presentation issues, like having to sit...

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Warp

 

Teleporting seems to be a very uncommon power within video games, and when it is done, it is never done to a particularly high standard. Warp puts

Despite its length, occasional frustrating parts, less than stellar visual quality and odd gameplay anomalies, Warp is an enjoyable romp that will keep you playing until its conclusion. If you are looking for a new portal, this isn’t it, but if you are...

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Warp

 

Fans of Metal Gear Solid's VR Missions should take note of this XBLA title.

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Warp Review

 

What would you do if you were an alien, captured by scientists and imprisoned in an undersea laboratory? Would you try to escape by using your ability to warp into objects to stealthily evade your captors...

Cool concept ; Different ways to play ; Fun powers ; You can make guys explode

Almost no story ; Some frustrating controls ; Cheap difficulty at the end

What would you do if you were an alien, captured by scientists and imprisoned in an undersea laboratory? Would you try to escape by using your ability to warp into objects to stealthily evade your captors, or would you use that same ability to exact...

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Warp Review

 

Warp is an entertaining top-down puzzler that's weighed down by sticky controls and a fleeting sense of identity.

Enjoyable puzzles ; Charming mix of gore and cuteness ; Superb visual presentation ; Tough challenge rooms with leaderboards

Clunky controls ; Some puzzles and encounters are based on trial and error

Warp is generally an entertaining game, but whether it's worth the 800 Microsoft points hinges on whether you're willing to play by its occasionally fickle rules. The attention given to its commendable visual and audio presentation sometimes seems at...

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Warp Review

 

Warp is one of those quirky kind of games, one that has that refreshing aroma of independent game development (as provided by Trapdoor, whose property got picked up by Electronic Arts). Playing through it, you'll see where it was inspired by other...

Warp has a superb presentation for a downloadable game. Like we said, the appearance looks like something resembling Portal 2 or perhaps an even earlier Valve development, with great stage design, small details here and there (like the panicking...

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Warp Review

 

Brainy and amusing, Warp is highly recommended stealth/puzzle fare. Bursting scientists from the inside will be one of this year's great enjoyments.

Brainy and amusing, Warp is highly recommended stealth/puzzle fare, despite some hiccups right at the end. From a humble, enticing premise -- an alien that can teleport needs to escape a laboratory -- layers of gameplay variation are neatly introduced...

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Warp Hands-On Preview

 

Imagine a truncated, more adorable version of the Wiggler from the Mario Bros. series. Sound adorable? Now give him the ability to phase short distances through walls, barrels, and other inanimate objects. Still cute? Now imagine that the little bug...

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Warp Review

 

Move through walls to get your revenge in Warp.

If there's a flaw in Warp, it's that when the game is over, you're left wanting more—with more investment in the graphics and more levels, this title could easily have commanded several times the asking price of $10. Anyone who likes stealth,...

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Warp- Xbox 360

 

Overall, Warp gave me the sensation that it was a collection of puzzle pieces that didn’t really fit together. Certain aspects, such as artistic design and cute characters, helped connect me to gameplay, but I was ultimately left unsatisfied in the...

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