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Submitted by Shogun_Ian 267d ago | review

Capsized [REVIEW] | Shogun Gamer

Ian Fisher writes: Offering an original sense of sci-fi that’s perfectly fitting for the premise, Capsized delivers a nice sense of freedom thanks to non-linear levels, but in the process falls short in a few categories. While not a traditional shoot-em-up, the action within Capsized does leave a bit to be desired with slightly spotty targeting and some occasional glitches. Other than that, the overall experience of Capsized is rather fun thanks to its brisk nature and attractive visual approach. (Capsized, Xbox 360) 7/10

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