Submitted by Biggunz 1752d ago | review

Tech-Gaming: Steer the Sphere- Switchball Review

While running and jumping are arguably the most popular way to traverse game worlds, rolling is no slouch. Since Marble Madness first introduced its sphere-spinning mechanic, games have had us rotating everything from Monkey Balls, chicken eggs, to city-sized Katamaris. Although developer Atomic Elbow's latest diversion incorporates the familiar form of locomotion, the game offers enough deviation to warrant the attention of Playstation 3 owners. (PS3, Switchball) B/A+

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