40°
Submitted by ian86 558d 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

Attached Video

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Resident Evil HD Remaster review: Rest in peace | Irish Independent‎

31m ago - It smacks of desperation when remaking a remake stands in for genuine innovation on a well loved... | PC
40°

Nintendo Roots For Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl With Mario Kart 8

47m ago - Maybe Marshawn Lynch should change his nickname to Toad Mode. It looks like Nintendo of America,... | Wii U
40°

Forward to the Sky Review | OnlySP

1h ago - OnlySP: Beating a game before ever learning what it’s called is a great way to measure just how q... | PC
40°

Remember Future Cop: LAPD? Capricorn 7 Is Just Like It

1h ago - Capricorn 7, Future Cop is a futuristic third-person mech-based action game and MOBA, currently i... | PC
Ad

Check out the new Bloodborne Trailer

Now - Sony just released a new trailer of the upcoming PS4 exclusive by From Software and SCE Japan Studio. | Promoted post
30°

Most Anticipated MMOs And MMORPGs of 2015

1h ago - GamingBolt writes:"If you’re looking for epic adventures, brawlers or some shooters with friends... | Culture