Disaster: Day of Crisis Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Disaster: Day of Crisis Reviews9
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|Computer and Video Games||7.3/10||Oct 24 '08|
|Electronic Theatre||86%||Oct 25 '08|
|Fragland.net||82%||Nov 08 '08|
|GameSpot||5.5/10||Dec 02 '08|
|GamingXP||71%||Nov 15 '08|
|IGN Wii||8/10||Oct 29 '08|
|Moons Descendarium||5/10||Nov 13 '08|
|Vooks||7.4/10||Feb 03 '08|
|Wii Nintendo Life||8/10||Feb 08 '09|
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Disaster: Day of Crisis Previews
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|1UP||Nov 04 '08|
|CheatCC||May 10 '06|
|Hooked Gamers||Sep 09 '08|
|Nintendo The Official Magazine||Sep 27 '08|
|Thunderbolt||Oct 13 '08|
|Computer and Video Games||Oct 23 '08|
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"The whole package ends up giving Disaster: Day Of Crisis a wondrous summer action movie vibe, and while it's not the best game ever made by some distance, it has no such delusions of grandeur. The end result is just a game of simple, silly fun for the Vin Diesel generation."
"Hardcore survival, one waggle at a time"
"The beauty of Disaster: Day of Crisisï¿½ design comes with always wanting to see whatï¿½s around the next corner, through the next door, or what will be the next disaster. Minor flaws do irritate and certain scenes seem to have cut corners, yet there is little in place to mar the overall experience. "
"Some people will absolutely detest Disaster: Day of Crisis. Its an awkward combination of extremes -- old-school adventuring burdened with new-fangled mini-game sensibilities; abstract game mechanics wrestled into a single plot- driven narrative; sometimes lackluster visuals and pacing thoroughly at odds with that bombastic spectacle and massive ambition. Its also fundamentally shallow, remarkably inconsistent and chronically naff. Like the disaster movies it takes inspiration from though, Day of Crisis is ultimately more than the sum of its parts. When it works, its a relentless, thrilling assault on your senses; a huge grin of game. And when it doesnt, when it starts to wobble precariously on its own flimsy parts, its still compulsive in its creativity, inexplicable in its uniqueness and, most importantly, one thoroughly fun ride. "
"At best, the fact that the game is not afraid to tackle such a broad range of genres is a good sign the developers are confident enough to branch out, and endeavour to create something truly different. However, to be successful they really need to stop being so random and haphazard, and attempt to refine their ideas into something worthwhile - particularly at a time when there are so many high quality games available elsewhere."