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Ubisoft Child of Eden, Xbox 360 Xbox 360 English video game

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Long product name Ubisoft Child of Eden, Xbox 360 Xbox 360 English video game :
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Child of Eden, Xbox 360
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Short summary description Ubisoft Child of Eden, Xbox 360 Xbox 360 English video game:
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Ubisoft Child of Eden, Xbox 360, Xbox 360, Shooter, RP (Rating Pending), English, Q Entertainment
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Ubisoft Child of Eden, Xbox 360. Platform: Xbox 360, Genre: Shooter, ESRB rating: RP (Rating Pending)

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Reviews
Updated:
2012-01-28
Testseek has collected 50 expert reviews for Ubisoft Child of Eden, Xbox 360 and the average expert rating is 81 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
81%
Source Review comments Score
stuff.tv
Updated:
2014-03-20
Welcome to Tetsuya Mizuguchi's Child of Eden. On the box it's called a multi-sensory experience. But that wooden, chosen-by-committee phrase doesn't come close to capturing the throbbing, pulsating, hallucinogenic spirit that lies within.Child of Eden bui...
100%
impulsegamer.com
Updated:
2012-01-28
Child of Eden is not only one of the best Kinect games available but it's also a worthy successor to Rez (PlayStation 2) that flawlessly combines cordless controls with a visually stunning and addictive game. With a beautiful cinematic opening, Child o...
95%
nzgamer.com
Updated:
2012-01-28
When Wii Music was first announced, I was really eager to play it. Before the realities of what the game ended up being came to light, the thought of conducting a virtual orchestra just sounded… awesome. In my mind’s eye, it would be a wonderfully imme...
90%
nowgamer.com
Updated:
2012-01-28
Imagine you’re astrally projected into an exclusive nightclub that plays a euphoric elecronica soundtrack to a sophisticated and immersive lightshow.Child Of Eden brings a new meaning to space-time.You’re probably on a psychotropic substance of some va...
Bottom line The most important thing you need to consider about Child Of Eden, regardless of whether you’re using Kinect or a 360 pad, is whether you can play somewhere where you can immerse yourself in the game without disruption. It’s a beautifully breathtaking...
86%
yetanotherreviewsite.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-28
There are very few games which make me rethink my entertainment set-up. Usually a 24-inch telly does the job, but Child Of Eden seems to have been designed to tempt me with TV's that reach across the entirety of my feature wall and surround sound sys...
Good Addictive gameplay, Beautiful worlds, Great ease of use with Kinect...
Bad Very short with a lack of worlds to explore, Certainly a love or hate game with no demos available to try out its uniqueness...
80%
pocket-lint.com
Updated:
2012-01-28
Child of Eden is the sort of game that brings out the worst in reviewers. It's a stunning game - innovative, smart and genuinely beautiful, with dazzling abstract graphics and screen-filling blooms of neon light and colour. Both the visuals and the ga...
Good Immersive, a Kinect controller game worth playing, graphics, soundtrack...
Bad Kinect sometimes can't keep up...
Bottom line Child of Eden might not have the staying power of some triple A blockbusters, but it is an extraordinary game that anyone with Kinect ought to play...
80%
itreviews.com
Updated:
2012-01-28
An abstract and trippy rhythm-shooter which is beautifully presented, Child of Eden is an aesthetic and musical joy, albeit a rather short-lived one. The Kinect control works perfectly too, and adds another dimension to the blasting experience as you...
Good A visual and sonic delight; Kinect controls are excellent and immersive...
Bad With only five levels, less avid players may find the experience brief.
Bottom line An abstract and trippy rhythm-shooter which is beautifully presented, Child of Eden is an aesthetic and musical joy, albeit a rather short-lived one. The Kinect control works perfectly too, and adds another dimension to the blasting experience as you s...
80%
pcadvisor.co.uk
Updated:
2012-01-28
Rez was an awesome game. And not in a tired, "dude, so awesome" way, but in the sense that it was actually kind of impressive. At its core, it was nothing but a variation on Panzer Dragoon, but its marriage of abstract-yet-computer-influenced visuals a...
Bottom line The follow-up to Rez is perhaps over-familiar, but offers amazing visual patterns and landscapes with a euphoric soundtrack, while the Kinect control works better than expected...
80%
gamesradar.com
Updated:
2012-01-28
Defining Child of Eden, the spiritual successor of GamesRadar favorite Rez by the same creator, is challenging. Sure, calling it a single-player on-rails music-based shooter is sufficient, but that hardly conveys the actual experience behind the game...
Good Beautiful visuals, Wonderful original music, Great use of Kinect...
Bad Relatively short for a fullprice game, Playing with the controller isn't as full of an experience, Kinect arm fatigue...
80%
avforums.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
Fans of the Dreamcast rejoice as Q Entertainment deliver the sequel to the 2001 cult hit Rez. Child of Eden guides the player through a dazzling new set of levels brilliantly scored by Tetsuya Mizuguchi's Genki Rockets. A spiritual successor in its purest...
60%
theglobeandmail.com
Updated:
2014-03-20
Child of Eden There was a moment midway through Q Entertainment’s Child of Eden when I was pretty much convinced that laser beams were really shooting out of my hands. My right arm was extended with my palm – the place from which I imagined energy was...
0%
hardwareheaven.com
Updated:
2012-01-28
Originally designed by Tetsuya Mizuguchi, the creator of Rez, Child of Eden has a similar concept to that 2001 game updated for a 2011 audience who of course have access to Kinect. Since launch we have been delving into Eden in both standard and Kinect...
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