Costume Quest Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Costume Quest Reviews7
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|1UP||A-||Oct 20 '10|
|Computer and Video Games||7.7/10||Nov 20 '10|
|EuroGamer||8/10||Oct 21 '10|
|Games Radar||8/10||Oct 22 '10|
|GameSpot||7.0/10||Oct 20 '10|
|GameZone||6/10||Oct 31 '10|
|IGN PS3||7.5/10||Oct 20 '10|
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Costume Quest Previews
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|GameSpot||Nov 18 '10|
|Worthplaying||Sep 16 '10|
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"Well, Double Fine's done it: They've made a game focused on the concept of trick-or-treating and managed to land on the right side of "gimmick." Costume Quest is, plain and simple, a fantastic embodiment of childhood imagination mixed with a healthy heap of cockiness. It's like that classic schoolyard rhyme: "Trick or treat. Smell my feet. Give me something good to eat." Elegant, succinct, and full of bravado. The entire game takes place on the night of Halloween, and twins Wren and Reynold find themselves on an unexpected journey to stop a task force of monsters that are trying to steal every piece of candy in the neighborhood. Oh, and you also have to rescue whichever sibling you didn't choose to play as in the starting moments of the game (you know, to avoid being grounded)."
"Pint-sized adventure tickles funny bones"
" In Costume Quest, you control a ragtag team of children on Halloween night. What initially starts as a normal trick-or-treat evening for our loveable Halloweiners - er, trick-or-treaters goes awry when one of the twins (the one you didn’t choose as the main character) gets kidnapped by goblins... ..."
"A few fundamental problems sour a game that exudes delightful personality. "