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Submitted by Shadowolf 780d ago | review

GameInsider: WARP Review

XBLA’s House Party is in full swing again this year and it was kicked off by Trapdoor’s WARP. A quirky main character and simple yet deep control system attempts to deliver an experience that draws inspiration from other titles but wants to deliver an experience all its own. At times the game appears to achieve this but when all is said and done and the final warp has been made, what’s left is a shell of a game that in concept seems fantastic but in practice lacks the one spark that makes a game truly fantastic. (W.A.R.P., Xbox 360) 7/10

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