Arcade: CAPSIZED

CAPSIZEDContent: CAPSIZED
Price: 800 Microsoft Points
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Dash Text: Feverishly blast through a hostile planet packed with blood-sucking aliens in Capsized, an action-packed survival shooter that combines innovative physics-based combat with nods to classic platform games. Navigate through perilous environments while fighting bloodthirsty creatures to save your crewmates and escape with your lives. Use a grappling hook, jet pack, space-age weapons and powerups to fight through more than a dozen non-linear levels with lush, explorable environments across multiple modes. The Xbox Live release also includes exclusive levels, newly enhanced graphics and Achievements.

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28 thoughts on “Arcade: CAPSIZED

    1. Actually felt it was very similar to The UnderGarden, with the obvious addition of guns of course. My biggest issue was that I had a lot of trouble differentiating the foreground objects from background ones. I just couldn’t quite figure out what was an enemy and what was just a plant until it attacked me. As someone else pointed out, the controls seemed a bit too complicated to me as well, as if there were just too many buttons needed. Still it was otherwise not bad, certainly very pretty and definitely worth trying out the demo. Might add to my collection once I clear out some backlog.

      1. The person who wrote the article was neither Gabe nor Tycho. The article simply advises that the XBLA port is not as good as the PC version.

  1. A very akward control scheme with too many items to choose to pass the perilis, make it a very frustrating game… and I’m talking about the first 2 minutes. How can you jump with the A Button when you got to aim with the right stick while avoiding dangers and moving your character across the platforms with the left stick and your aim always being flawed because it feels like it gets stuck?, all at the same time. It is not Braid, it’s a Super Metroid from hell. If a game need a pointing device so bad like they say in Penny Arcade, it must be in the N consoles, not XB360, XBone nor PS3.

  2. You guys don’t know what you’re talking about. It’s not like Braid, and the control scheme isn’t that bad. It plays more like Section Z meets Pixel Junk Shooter but with very creative graphics. Very solid game, one of the better recent releases. The PA report review is laughable. He dissed the XBLA version because of too much force feedback when you get hit? Give me a break.

      1. Yeah, whatever fool. I’ve owned every Gears game at launch since the first one came out. Just because I don’t have time to play them like a teenager because I have a house, job, and kid and also have 355+ physical games and 280 Arcade games for 360 alone doesn’t make me a noob, kid.

  3. Glad I tried out the trial version, fun game. Great graphics, art style and music. Gameplay is also interesting and unique.

    Also it’s not 1200 points and even has some multiplayer.

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