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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 514d ago | review

Battleblock Theater Review | Geekenstein

"BattleBlock Theater is an exceptional experience full of laughs and tight gameplay. The options given to you are plentiful, creative and addicting and the customization allows you to keep playing after the presets have grown tiresome. There are hundreds of unlockable heads to find and the additional “co-optional” gameplay rounds out the already voluminous gameplay giving you the absolute most for your dollar. The ranking system is a bit clunky as there is no clock to tell you when you’ve achieved the best time for an area, but regardless, the concept extends even the story mode. This game is a must buy if you love nonsense or are looking for a new chaotic party game to play with friends." - Alex Cabral of Geekenstein.com (BattleBlock Theater, Xbox 360) 4.5/5

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