Conclusion: Its has good lighting and effects. Acheivements- You will get half of them from playing through the single player. Others require you to play online and in co-op but some may take a lot of work, such as getting silver and gold medals.
Excerpt: Switchball follows in the footsteps of the great Marble Madness . Guide your ball through a variety of obstacles to reach the finish point. That game and its predecessors are loosely based on childhood toys where you sent balls through different puzzles by titling the box to control the ball...
Excerpt: Games set during World War II tend to follow the same formula: a company of soldiers as they fight their way to victory against the Nazi threat. These men have access to devastating weapons, which are handy for cutting through the enemy hordes they’ll inevitably encounter.
Summary: Switchball doesn't try to be anything it's not. Not only is this one of the best puzzle games on the Xbox Live Arcade, but it's also a fantastic looking game with a compelling gimmick. If you had fun playing with marbles as a kid then Switchball is the game for you!
Summary: Switchball is another excellent example of why services like the Xbox Live Arcade need to exist. As a standalone Xbox 360 game, Switchball would not have cut it. There just isn't enough game here and it's over too quickly, but as an inexpensive Xbox Live Arcade game Switchball is perfect.
Summary: Switchball could have just as easily been titled: "Physics: The Game." This puzzle game essentially mashes Marble Madness and Archer MacLean's Mercury into a single entity. Like those two games, Switchball effectively transforms tricky physics into hours of entertaining gameplay.
Pros: Nicely challenging puzzle designs, Good use of physics throughout each of the various puzzles, Two multiplayer modes to mess with
Cons: A few nuances of the control scheme don't work perfectly, Some graphical issues here and there, Could have used a few more multiplayer maps
Summary: It’s the classic story of a marionette cowboy shot in the back and left for dead, rising from his grave to seek revenge, backed by the power demonic tacos and justice. Ok, so maybe it’s not the ‘classic’ storyline, but this game is sure to become a ‘classic’ Kinect title.
Pros: Fun, creative, and responsive use of Kinect, Quirky and humorous storyline and style, Finger guns are always fun
Cons: Sitting mode doesn't work well, Short length for a retail release, Gameplay after time can become a bit repetitive
Conclusion: Switchball er ikke bare et rigtigt godt Xbox Live Arcade-spil. Det er også et af de bedste spil indenfor sin genre. Det kan godt være, at der ikke er blebærende aber eller syret vektorgrafik, men det er fantastisk underholdning, som jeg uden at klynke ville have betalt den dobbelte eller tredobbelte...