Frictionless Insight: Shred Nebula Review

The single-player Adventure mode goes on for a long time, but within a few levels Frictionless Insight didn't care about much more than seeing the next backdrop. Finding a good multiplayer match was near-impossible, and the Score Attack mode wasn't as entertaining as several other offerings on Xbox Live Arcade. They really did spend most of the single-player game cruising backwards and holding down the fire button, playing by looking at the mini-map. And that doesn't leave them feeling like their Xbox Live Arcade time was well spent. Let alone the 800 points ($10) that the game costs.

Read Full Story >>
Oculus Quest Giveaway! Click Here to Enter
The story is too old to be commented.