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Overall 9

Blade Symphony review

PCGamer Online
21 May 2014
  • Conclusion: Blade Symphony's duels are electrifying and intimate, more than making up for a lack of content.
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Overall 5

An unfinished blade.

16 May 2014
  • Summary: "Nice to meet you. Now let's kill each other!" It's a rather unsettling way to greet someone, but in essence, that's exactly how Blade Symphony's frenzied duels to the death begin. This is murder of the most courteous sort.
  • Pros: Lots of unlockable swords and customization options, Deep swordfighting mechanics are accessible and exciting
  • Cons: Limited characters, maps, and gameplay options, Incomplete tutorial tops a long list of unfinished rough patches in the game design, Lots of visual glitches pop up in and out of battle
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Overall 3
Looks 1


13 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Mash together Space Invaders, Geometry Wars and Guitar Hero; what you get is Symphony by Empty Clip Studios. The premise is simple; alien invaders are attacking your music and it is up to you to save it by controlling a spaceship and destroying anything that stands in your way.
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Overall 8

Orchestrated Excellence

22 September 2012
  • Excerpt: Hey once again, Time Wasters! This week I jumped on the chance to play a rhythm based game that's been sitting there waiting for me to install it for a while now, and am I ever glad I did.
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Overall 8

(PC Review) Symphony

The Entertainment Depot
20 September 2012
  • Summary: The concept may sound like Beat Hazard , and the game may look like Geometry Wars , but Symphony is a sufficiently unique experience to warrant a solid look. It makes fantastic use of your music collection by expertly linking its own heartbeat—spawn syncing and eye-popping visual insanity—to the...
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31 August 2012
  • Excerpt: There is a malevolent demon in your music collection... can you battle your own beats to defeat it?
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Overall 9


27 August 2012
  • Excerpt: Don’t look now, but your computer is under attack. A virus has infected your music library and threatens to take control by trapping the souls of composers and the only way to purge the system is to engage in a wholesale clean-up of your music collection by way of a customizable ship that can blast...
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Overall 7

Review: Symphony

New Gamer Nation
24 August 2012
  • Conclusion: Final Verdict: Fun gameplay, delightful visuals, and an interesting metagame make Symphony a solid take on the procedural music genre. Playing with your own music is always going to be cool regardless, but UI issues and odd restrictions somewhat hamper the experience.
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Expert Review

Calm Down Tom
20 August 2012
  • Summary: If you don’t have a deep love for beautiful music (any type you choose) and an appreciation for great imagination then this game is not for you. I suggest move on to the next review in CalmDownTom. Oh, and you also have to enjoy playing old 2D arcade shoot em ups, but who doesn’t likes them anyway?
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Review: Symphony

Everyday Gamers
17 August 2012
  • Excerpt: In the last couple years, the “Play Your Music” Genre has really exploded; from Audiosurf, to Beat-Hazard, each new entry enhances the existing formula and helps it hit new high notes. Enter Symphony, a new game from Empty Clip Studios.
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