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Submitted by Simeon Paskell 1618d ago | review

D+PAD: Crossboard 7 Reviewed

D+PAD Magazine writes:

Amongst a mess of poorly-constructed first-attempts at utilizing Kinect’s unique method of gaming control are the faint, body-gestured whisperings of what some may consider classifying as something along the lines of a fun game; or a purely intriguing one at the very least. Crossboard 7, the latest in an apparently long-running series of ‘xxxTREEEM!!!’ boarding games from Konami, is not one of them. It is the breed of launch game that leaves a distinctly negative impression in pretty much every possible way; the same type that inflicts a strong sense of buyer’s remorse a sharp ten minutes into the action. (Crossboard 7, Kinect, Xbox 360) 1.5/5

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