Summary: Just wanted to throw a warning out there... if you are someone prone to motion sickness, Child of Eden can trigger it. I bought it on launch day, really looking forward to playing. Played for about 15 minutes and started to get queasy. Thought it was something I ate, so stopped playing and laid down for a bit. Went back to play it later that same day. Same reaction. Something about the graphics induces motion sickness like symptoms for me.
Summary: So I say the trailer for this game and was instantly hooked. When I purchased this game all I found was boring, repetitive gameplay, but the visuals and sound... beautiful. Recommended to casuals.
Summary: I really enjoyed this game as did my son. We loved the graphics and the color. It was fantastic in the way. What was not so great was the length. We both finished the game in under 50min. If you are looking for a long game play with this one you will not get it unless you are a very poor shot. The controlling was easy once I figured out how to move my hands. I liked that. I will play this again just because it is so colorful and pretty fun.
Summary: On the one hand, this is a VERY unique kinect-based game. You are using just your hands for the game as you shoot at things, and the visuals are intentionally trippy and psychedelic. On the other hand, the older game Rez already _did_ the trippy visuals (same game developer) and there's not _really_ a lot different this time around in the actual gameplay.
Summary: A beautiful game that left me wanting more. It's very short and not worth paying lots for.. especially without the Kinect. Compared to Rez, the soundtrack could have had a little more variety. Genki Rockets fans will love the music, because that is all you will find.
Summary: first off, the last time i checked the store shelves for this game, it costs clear up to $60.00!! not worth it!! finding a deal on Amazon is definitely the way to go.. especially if you only want to play it with a controller. it's a gorgeous looking game, but.. like Rez, only contains 5 main stages.. .
Summary: It's a very nice looking game, but it's very short and not worth paying lots for.. especially without the Kinect. It would have made more sense to release this on the Xbox Live Arcade instead.