Summary: EA Create is a bright and approachable puzzle game with lots of options for players to make their own custom levels. They'll also unlock the ability to redecorate every level in the game to give it a more personal touch.
Pros: Great online sharing options, Cheery visuals, Good Move controls on the PlayStation 3
Cons: Anticlimactic gameplay, Can't control your vehicles, Rough dual analog controls, Unhelpful camera
Excerpt: Customization and creation has become quite the attractor this generation; the added power of our capable new hardware allows players to become developers. One only needs to view the latest super-robust editing tool in a blockbuster title, take a gander at a new
Excerpt: With a title like Create, you are almost certain to lure any number of unsuspecting artistic and free-thinking gamers to their doom. Today, the term "doom" is being used a loose sense, referring to a moderately engaging experience that doesn't quite deliver the lofty promise of its own name.
Excerpt: With a concept that recalls The Incredible Machine, LittleBigPlanet, and LEGO blocks, Create seemingly offers endless possibilities for the tinkerer in all of us. But while the puzzles are inventive and fun, they don't fully showcase the game’s potential.
Pros: Consistent physics simulation; huge number of fun and varied objects reward experimentation; 140 solid, if unspectacular, puzzles to solve; leisurely low-pressure environment fosters creativity.
Excerpt: A lot of game executives looked around about a year ago and notice that while they were each sitting on a fairly decent pile of cash, Nintendo was rolling around naked in money a la Indecent Proposal.
Conclusion: Create "is powered by your imagination and rewards you for being creative ". That's how EA describes the latest game from EA Bright Light. An inviting concept. To build the most hilarious, death defying constructions, and then abuse the laws of physics as much as possible when going through the...
Pros: Lots of objectives to complete, amusing and inviting visual style, fun concept.
Cons: Most of the objectives are too straight forward, annoying camera angle, not that much room for creativity.