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BattleBlock Theater Review
30 April 2013
Summary: " Battleblock Theater " unfortunately fails to capture the same spirit and magic of Castle Crashers. The brilliant art style, funny plot and multiplayer focus all remain part of the game, but it feels like some of that ‘special sauce’ is missing to elevate the game amongst the masses.
Excerpt: Developer The Behemoth seen its rise to fame in 2004 with the release of Alien Hominid for PlayStation 2 and Gamecube, and the team followed up the success of that title with the release of Castle Crashers for Xbox LIVE Arcade that has held numerous records for the downloadable platforms since its...
Conclusion: BattleBlock Theater is rated T for Teen with ESRB descriptors of Blood, Violence, and Crude Humor. While your character can explode into parts, with heads and bones flying everywhere, I didn’t see too much copious amounts of the red stuff.
Conclusion: The cuddly charm of BattleBlock Theater tells only half the story – the game boasts a horde of smartly designed puzzle platforming stages as well as a multiplayer suite goofy enough to raise some pure and honest laughter.
Summary: Battleblock Theater is the weirdest game that the Behemoth has made, but it’s also the most interesting. What started as indifference early on blossomed into feelings of true warmth as I started to appreciate what the game is trying to do, rather than wondering why it wasn’t the game I thought it...
Excerpt: BattleBlock Theater Review Developer: The Behemoth Publisher: Microsoft Platforms: Xbox 360 XBLA UK Price: £12.99 US Price: $15 There’s an aged design on display in The Behemoth’s new puzzle platformer BattleBlock Theater.
Excerpt: In BattleBlock Theater, a chatterbox narrator will let you know exactly what to expect -- a loose and loopy story punctuated by sophomoric silliness and plenty of punishment. It’s up to you, a dome-headed, cone-topped, or perhaps puppy-faced pip-squeak, to free your friends from a murderous cast of...
Summary: Never mind about the meticulously plotted cube levels, their platforming quirks, the serviceability and occasionally ingenuity of their puzzles, or their deliciously brief pace of consumption.
Pros: Facilitates competition within cooperation, A concise platforming language, Trademark Behemoth humor, Versatile level editor and multiplayer make for a community-focused game, Tons to unlock
Conclusion: Concept: Leap and slide your way through a labyrinthine array of platforming levels and arena games
Graphics: Bright and cute is juxtaposed by spike pits and cartoonish dismemberment
Sound: The kooky music elicits smiles.