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8.6 out of 10

Child of Eden

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Overall 5
4.6
Looks 4
4.0

Eden

ablegamers.com
1 November 2012
  • Excerpt: Anyone who has played Tetsuya Mizuguchi's previous title Rez will know exactly what to expect from Child of Eden. Rez was (and still is) an exceptional title; its game play was extraordinary and brimming with fresh ideas, feeling like a peep into what the future of gaming might hold. Child of Eden is a worthy spiritual successor to the 2002 PS2 title, introducing some new ideas whilst keeping the same level of synaesthetic immersion that made the original so special.
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Overall 5
4.6
Looks 4
4.0

Eden

ablegamers.com
1 November 2012
  • Excerpt: Anyone who has played Tetsuya Mizuguchi's previous title Rez will know exactly what to expect from Child of Eden. Rez was (and still is) an exceptional title; its game play was extraordinary and brimming with fresh ideas, feeling like a peep into what the future of gaming might hold. Child of Eden is a worthy spiritual successor to the 2002 PS2 title, introducing some new ideas whilst keeping the same level of synaesthetic immersion that made the original so special.
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Overall 7
6.5

Expert Review

Green Pixels
29 September 2011
Overall 6
6.0

Child of Eden Review

GamerNode
28 June 2011
  • Excerpt: When a game reacts to the player with light and sound, I’m less inclined to call this innovation than I am to call it a game. The remarkable aspect about Child of Eden , successor to Tetsuya Mizuguchi’s first rhythm action game Rez , is the spectacle of it — like lighting fireworks then marveling at the bursts color and the pop of gunpowder.
  • Pros: Immersive, Eye-opening, Multi-sensory experience is almost emotional
  • Cons: No checkpoints, Simple core design is nothing new
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Overall 6
6.0

Test : Child of Eden

Gamekult.com
11 April 2011
  • Excerpt: Sensation du printemps sur Kinect, le Child of Eden de Tetsuya Mizuguchi nous revient quelques mois plus tard dans une version PS3 également conçue autour de la détection de mouvements. Logique, dans un shoot sur rails qui repose avant tout sur son pouvoir d'immersion.
  • Pros: Un trip visuel et sonore, Le système de combos, Agréable au PS Move, Du challenge, en fin de parcours, Prix de lancement réduit
  • Cons: Bien court, jeune homme, On distingue mal les projectiles, Refaire les mêmes niveaux pour débloquer les suivants, Calibrage pas très clair
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