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Submitted by BIoodmask 1477d ago | review

OXM: Zeit2 Review

What ices up the game’s wings is a lack of variety: though Zeit2 definitely feels unique at first, the enemy behavior and visual fireworks are too limited. Common foes never do much more than coast by, and only so many stars-with-blue-gradient backgrounds can scroll past before your eyes glaze over. As a result, the game starts to lose its novel sheen after just a few hours, even as it offers a tantalizing glimpse of the genre’s future. (Xbox 360, Zeit²) 7/10

Adropacrich2  +   1477d ago
There are a couple much better xbox indi efforts, Score rush and Revolver 360 being fine examples.Xona is working hard at getting Duality out at some point and that looks to be something more impressive than what we have here so i would check out some of these first

Most of the indi on xbox isn't really all that inspiring but there are a few gems that truly shine
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