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Submitted by Kors 1824d ago | review

Mad Blocker Alpha Review | TheSixthAxis

TSA: Mad Blocker Alpha’s visual style is certainly one that is different to the norm. In an age of brightly lit ‘Luminees’ style games, Open Emotion have chosen to showcase a hand-drawn art-style, with grimacing blocks and wacky backgrounds. In Nofi’s hands on with the game he mentioned he wasn’t keen on it, whereas I quite like it. Each to their own; it will definitely split opinion. If I were to be picky (and I shall), I felt that the block movement left and right could have been a bit smoother, as often I was caught out by sluggish controls. (Mad Blocker Alpha, PS3, PSP) 8/10

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