Submitted by Coramoor_ 1974d ago | review

GamingUnion.net: SwitchBall Review

Switchball, made by Swedish developer Atomic Elbow, was originally released on PC and Xbox Live Arcade in late 2007; now the PlayStation Network port has arrived bringing with it all the highs and lows of its counterparts. A puzzle platformer, Switchball takes a fresh approach to the standard 'get the ball from point A to B' puzzler by introducing multiple types of balls, each with their own pros and cons. Fans of the genre should definitely take a look at Switchball as it offers a fairly long, fully featured single player as well as online competitive and cooperative modes which give the game staying power. On the other hand, the game's camera can be a bit frustrating, which steadily gets worse as the game progresses and the puzzles get more complex. (PC, PS3, Switchball, Xbox 360) 8/10

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