Submitted by Cyrus365 2024d ago | review

TeamXbox: 0D Beat Drop Review

TeamXbox writes: "I've got a confession to make: The first five minutes of playing ARC System Works' and Cyclone Zero's new musically inclined XBLA puzzle game, 0-D Beat Drop, I didn't think too much of it. At first glance, it seems like just another Tetris/Columns clone, trying some new gimmick to stand out. With its thumping beats and neon lights, I almost felt like I'd stumbled into a rave club than into a puzzle game. Still, I decided to trudge on through it and get the game out of the way. About fifteen minutes after that, I realized I was hooked and couldn't put it down. That's the thing about 0-D Beat Drop. It doesn't seem like much at first, but it gets under your skin, a lot like one of those catchy tunes you can't get out of your head." (0D Beat Drop, Xbox 360) 8.3/10

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