WorthPlaying writes: "Ever since the service started years ago, the Xbox Live Arcade hasn't had a shortage of good dual analog shooters. From classics such as Smash TV, Robotron 2084 and Crystal Quest to new entries such as Mutant Storm Reloaded, Assault Heroes and the ever-popular Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved, every type and style of dual analog shooter has seen the light of day. The same goes for good multiplayer action titles. Bomberman Live and Worms 2: Armageddon are just some of the great examples of how Xbox Live Arcade has given players the opportunity to have some fun by blowing each other to bits. THQ and development house Codeglue have taken these two gaming staples and, like peanut butter and jelly, stuck them together to form their latest Xbox Live Arcade release. Rocket Riot is the result of the union, and like the culinary example used previously, the two genres that do well on their own have come together to come up with a title that's equally as pleasing and fun for those who are willing to give it a shot."