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Crash Commando

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Crash Commando Review

VideoGamer.com
27 March 2009
  • Excerpt: Remember Undertow? No? Shocking. Undertow was the game Microsoft gave away free in January 2008 as a way of saying sorry for widespread Xbox LIVE connection issues experienced the previous Christmas. We gave it a 7/10 - the simple side-scrolling 2D shooter providing a decent amount of fun in an underwater, Geometry Wars kind of way. And, since it was free, it was better than a kick in the groin.
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Crash Commando Review

GameSpot
28 January 2009
  • Excerpt: With its arcade sensibilities, Crash Commando turns the toils of red-versus-blue battle into endearing action by juxtaposing the fast-paced carnage of Unreal Tournament with the platforming and precision aiming of Worms. As a small-statured soldier, you'll use a wide array of abilities, sharp weaponry, and your trusty ol' jetpack to do your part in a chaotic war. With plenty of in-game extras to keep the hectic fun fresh, the 2D battlefield is your personal playground.
  • Pros: Loads of balanced, diverse weapons, Huge maps are masterfully designed, Fantastic, lag-free multiplayer, Furious pace is addictive, Visual detail is through the roof
  • Cons: Single-player mode is easy and brief
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Overall 10
9.6

Crash Commando

Playstation Illustrated
28 January 2009
  • Excerpt: Crash Commando is primarily a 2D game, though each map has two levels of "depth" that are accessed via tunnels. The "level" you're on always shows up as "front" screen, though some maps let you see what is happening on the other map. It doesn't happen in every map, but when it does it adds an extra touch to the experience. The visuals look basic, but the style really works for the game.
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Overall 8
7.5

Crash Commando

The Gamers Temple
25 January 2009
  • Excerpt: In some ways Crash Commando is a classic side-scrolling shooter along the lines of games like Metal Slug. Lots of weapons, explosions, and small soldiers dying digital deaths. No objectives or goals beyond trying to wipe out as many enemy soldiers as possible while keeping your own deaths to a minimum. Nothing but classic quick reflex arcade gameplay.
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Overall 9
8.5

Crash = Guns + Chaos

TotalPlayStation.com
15 January 2009
  • Conclusion: Buy this game. It's awesome. There's really nothing more that needs to be said.
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Overall 9
8.5

Crash Commando Review

PlayStation Universe
14 January 2009
  • Summary: A fine addition to the PSN. The best value for money shooter around.
  • Pros: Great dual-layered map design, Balanced weapons, Fast paced and addictive online
  • Cons: Weak single player mode, Only 4 online multiplayer modes, Only 6 primary weapons
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Overall 8
7.8
Gameplay 8
8.0
Funfactor 7
7.0

Crash Commando

Digital Chumps
4 January 2009
  • Conclusion: Crash Commando is another in a growing list of fine PSN games. For $9.99, you could do much worse, and if this were $4.99 I'd instantly recommend it. Keep in mind it's focus is multiplayer action and if you're interested in that you'll find an active and growing community to play with.
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Overall 9
8.8
Value for money 8
8.0
Gameplay 9
8.7
Graphics 8
7.7
Sound 8
7.6

Crash Commando (PS3)

gamingheaven.com
31 December 2008

Crash Commando Review (PSN)

UGO
23 December 2008
  • Excerpt: by Adam Rosenberg You've gotta give it up for developer Epos and their just-released PlayStation Store-exclusive Crash Commando . The fast-paced fragfest for up to 12 players is as straightforward as a game gets. You simply guide a red- or blue-colored soldier between two parallel 2D planes, using whatever ordnance you have equipped to kill your enemies before they do the same to you.
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Overall 8
8.0
Gameplay 8
8.1
Graphics 8
7.8
Sound 8
8.3
Multiplayer 8
8.1
Longevity 8
7.9

Crash Commando

NowGamer
21 December 2008
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