81Th3solutionWed 27th Mar 2019 @Jaz007 @themcnoisy @RogerRoger @Frigate @TowaHerschel7 I had a few minutes at dinner so I just did a little research on some of these games I had never heard of. I put my initial ranking in parentheses after the summary — Cartoon Network: Punch Time - A Super Smash Bros clone, poorly executed with niche characters from Cartoon Network. Ugh. (Not important) Chaotic: Shadow Warriors - based on an animated TV show, it was described as bland combat and tame exploration in IGN’s review, which is one of the few reviews you’ll actually find. Not even enough critical reception to garner a Metacritic score (pointless) [the awkwardly named] Champion Jockey: G1 Jockey & Gallop Racer - basically a horse jockey racing game, evidently utilized the Move controller. No major outlet reviews online, but most customer reviews are positive. (Not Important) Child of Eden - a game I’d never heard of but reading about it has me very curious. Quite well received, a 81 Metacritic score, and with a few superlative reviews such as a perfect score from Joystiq and slotted as the 6th best game of 2011 by Metro GameCentral. It’s a rail shooter which utilizes Move motion controls (and Kinect on 360) in conjunction with sound, tactile vibration, music, and visuals. You shoot objects and they produce a musical sounds upon their destruction. It almost sounds like it’s in the same vein of Flower, although the visuals are more esoteric and the gameplay deeper. It’s created by the maker of Rez and apparently serves as a prequel to that game. The gameplay and screenshots look fantastic, and very artistic. With audio, visual, and tactile feedback, it seems highly innovative and relatively groundbreaking, although I’m not sure how influential it became since I think it remained relatively niche. Furthermore, the Xbox 360 version with Kinect support sounds like it was the superior version, one of the few games that actually implemented Kinect well. But reviewers said the game didn’t rely on gimmicky motion controls and could be enjoyed almost as fully with a standard controller. (Important) Edited on Wed 27th March, 2019 @ 02:29 by Th3solution The early bird gets the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.