Submitted by Simeon Paskell 368d ago | review

Project X Zone Review | D+PAD

D+PAD writes:

There is a very particular problem that crossover titles such as Banpresto/Monolith Soft’s Project X Zone must overcome: how do you compile a wish-list of some of gaming’s greatest characters and allow them enough breathing space to truly shine? As The Incredibles’ arch-nemesis Syndrome put it, ‘when everyone’s super…no one will be!’ – heroes are defined by their uniqueness, their mastery of their environments and enemies, and creating a world almost entirely populated by lead video game characters risked diluting them all. Project X Zone takes a big chance with much loved IPs then, but thankfully it just about manages to do its high-profile populace justice. (3DS, Project X Zone) 3.5/5

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