Submitted by Simeon Paskell 1884d ago | review

D+PAD Magazine: Switchball Reviewed

D+PAD Magazine Writes:

Switchball is what Super Monkey Ball would have looked like had it been made by Nikola Tesla – where Sega's effort was all spinning bananas and mild simian peril, Atomic Elbow have laid down pipes, fans, circuitry, weights, magnets and steam. While this may sound more like a science experiment than a compelling videogame experience, the reality proves to be quite the opposite. (PS3, Switchball) 4/5

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