Conclusion: For a game built on such a solid mix of exploration and combat, to have both systems feel so broken is almost criminal, especially when a different, better version of the same game exists on another platform. Are any of the problems game breaking? That’s kind of up to you to decide.
Excerpt: It’s been a long time coming, but Capsized — a 2D, exploration-centric platformer filled with physics puzzles and chaotic firefights — is finally on XBLA, more than a year after its originally scheduled release.
Pros: + Using the gravity hook to get around is tough but fun., + Soundtrack is unexpectedly memorable.
Cons: ? Why are the aliens so desperate to keep murderous astronauts from leaving?
Excerpt: Space may be the final frontier, but the 2D platformer is definitely explored territory. Capsized takes on the challenge of seeking out something new in this ancient genre. When a spacecraft crashes on an alien planet, a lone spacer has to rescue his crewmates, build a radio, and fight for survival.
Excerpt: Tras varios años desde su debut en PC, en pleno año 2013 recibimos por fin la versión de Capsized para Xbox 360. Volvemos al planeta inhóspito y estamos, una vez más, rodeados de un sinfín de peligros.