Summary: Maybe I should rate it higher for value alone, as it's pretty well done for the price, but I put several hours into this one and never really got hooked. Seems like one of those games that is too easy, but then with parts that are so hard that you just stop trying it to avoid frustration.
Summary: my one big complaint whit edge is the controls take a lot of getting (i recomend using the d-pad for this game used to but apart from that is fairly pretty and ,once you get used to the control's, fun game
Summary: As I played this game I was constantly saying "hey!", "no fair!", "what!" or "come on!"--no other game in recent memory has been quite as annoying. The main problem I have with this game is its control scheme. There are three problems with it, one of which makes sense and two which do not. The first problem is that if you land 75% onto a block that is moving away from you and 25% on empty As I played this game I was constantly saying "hey!", "no fair!", "what!
Summary: I didnt love this game, but for a dollar on sale it was worth it. The sound effects were pretty awesome. I just got a little bored with it. Definitely has value, just not my cup of tea i suppose.
Summary: Simplicity is what makes EDGE a success. There are no enemies, no power-ups, or anything really, other than cubes. Now, if you have an allergy to cubes, stop reading now. You mustn’t buy this game. Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, is made up of cubes. The easiest way to sum Edge up is to say that it’s a retro 3D platformer in which you control a cube, one that can’t jump, only roll about Simplicity is what makes EDGE a success.
Summary: I picked up EDGE as a gamer who simply loves picking up cheap games. My rash behaviour and over-exuberance caused to feel a little disappointed with it at first. It felt clunky, hard-to-control, and overly minimalistic. But I pressed forward. And I'm so glad that I did. EDGE turns out to be a marvellous game, stretching the mind into new territory that I didn't think was possible given I picked up EDGE as a gamer who simply loves picking up cheap games.
Summary: Edge is absolutely great and reminds me of the good old times with my Commodore 64. The 8-bit Sounds and Music are great, the Game comes with a good learning Curve and it comes with a very good amount of Levels. So the Two-Tribes-Train goes ahead, if you see a Game of them in Store, buy it, it's every Time an Must-Have.
Summary: Usually I don't judge a game based on it's price because it doesn't impact the quality but for 3$(and I got it for 1$) this is a must have, The gameplay is simple yet delightful and so is the level design, this is a perfect example of what a casual game can be on the Wii U.
Summary: Wonderful. Mind you, the gameplay is in no way special. You simply move everyone's favorite 3D shape (a cube, duh!) around by rolling it. Grabbing on stuff causes you to gain "EDGE time" (see what they did there?), which is subtracted from your total time. That's not what makes this game fun. What IS making this game fun are the levels. The levels usually have a gimmick, like "black hole", Wonderful. Mind you, the gameplay is in no way special.