Submitted by kevco33 2042d ago | review

In-depth Review: Switchball - Electronic Theatre

The single-player game offers Free play and Timed Play modes, featuring five worlds each with six stages, and begins to show interesting design and challenges right from the very first. Frequently adding new elements to the mix, gentle introductions soon make way for multipart brain teasers, and players will appreciate how well judged the performance of certain elements is. Rarely will the player feel cheated when restarting at one of the well placed checkpoints. (PC, PS3, Switchball, Xbox 360) 82/100

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