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Project X Zone

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Overall 10
10

The Ultimate Roster's Flawless Experience

GIN
18 September 2013
  • Excerpt: Being an Xbox guy, I don't get the chance to play many crossovers. So go figure my 3DS is the title that gets me my first ever crossover game. The game is called Project X Zone and that left me confused what games were being fused together. Even the back of the case was vague in terms of who you got to use. Once I started the game I waited with a lot of curiosity to see who all was in Project X Zone. I expected an average roster. What a surprise I was in for.
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Overall 8
8.0

Project X Zone

Destructoid
2 September 2013
  • Summary: Project X Zone seems like something that probably shouldn't exist. It's a strategy role-playing game sporting an expansive all-star cast of prolific characters from the combined libraries of Capcom, Namco Bandai, and Sega. That sounds more like the stuff of fantasy than an actual game you can play. And yet, here it is.
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Expert Review

GamingNexus
30 July 2013
  • Conclusion: Project X Zone is a fun game that brings together characters from various Namco, Sega, and Capcom franchises. While it is a bit easy and not quite as deep as other tactical RPGs, like the Fire Emblem series, it’s not a bad game by any stretch. I just wish there was more to it.
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Overall 7
7.0

Project X Zone

D+PAD
25 July 2013
  • Conclusion: And yet…maybe this is the point? Maybe Banpresto and Monolith Soft knew that we wouldn’t be able to bear the thought that our favourite videogame characters really are nothing more than expendable pawns in one big game. Maybe they knew that – above all else – we love to see them kicking ass. If so, Project X Zone delivers this in spades and, through sheer force of will, just about manages to plaster over its limitations.
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Project X Zone (Nintendo 3DS) Review

Cubed³
21 July 2013
Overall 4
4.0

Project X Zone Review

GamerNode
19 July 2013
  • Summary: Project X Zone is the “pick up and play” of strategy RPGs; boot the 3DS up, start the game, fight the next mission, save, turn it off again. Not a whole lot more to it than that, unfortunately.
  • Pros: Flashy battle animations, Cool remixes of classic game tunes
  • Cons: Slow pacing, Repetitive missions, Still not sure what the hell happened
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Overall 8
8.0

Review: Project X Zone's crossovers and fan service reach epic proportions

GameZone
18 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Crossovers are a staple of the gaming industry. Whether it's the crazy, over-the-top styles of Marvel vs. Capcom, or the more family friendly Super Smash Bros. , it's always exciting to see characters from various established franchises on the same screen, whatever the reason may be. Project X Zone follows suit, except that the crossover here is of epic proportions. It doesn't really make any sort of sense, and yet makes for an entirely compelling premise.
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Overall 5
4.5
Longevity 7
7.0

Project X Zone Review

NowGamer
17 July 2013
  • Summary: All your favourite videogame characters in one place! It must be a brilliant game, right? No. Find out why in our Project X Zone review.
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Overall 8
7.9

Project X Zone

The Gamers Temple
16 July 2013
  • Excerpt: If there is one thing about strategy RPGs that I loathe, it is the hands-off feeling many of them convey. I move my little units around a little grid, ordering my troops into battle and the one thing I want to do - battle - is all taken care of for me. Great games like Disgaea, Final Fantasy Tactics and Tactic Ogre all boast excellent stories and deep strategic gameplay, but the cracking of enemy skulls is determined by a bunch of numbers. Yawn.
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Overall 6
6.0

Project X Zone (3DS) Review

Vooks
14 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Almost any cross over game / movie / whatever is bound to have some kind of flimsy story tying together all of these worlds and Project X Zone is no different. The year is 20XX AD (I don’t really know what that means either) and the world is in the middle of a “quiet chaos”. Mysterious dimensional portals are appearing randomly, connecting different worlds through different times.
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