Inversion Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 4.3/10

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Inversion Reviews

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GameSpot 4.0/10 Jun 08 '12
Strategy Informer 3.0/10 Dec 31 '69
Worthplaying 6.0/10 Jun 20 '12
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Inversion Previews

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AtomicGamer Feb 20 '11
Computer and Video Games Oct 31 '10
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Computer and Video Games Jul 18 '11
Computer and Video Games Jan 14 '12
Games Radar Apr 22 '11
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"This gravity-manipulation shooter from Namco might be on to something."
" Namco Bandai claimed right before our recent hands-on with Inversion that the game’s central conceit, that you can manipulate gravity in all sorts of ways, is most certainly not a gimmick. In fact, we were told, Inversion will do no less than revolutionize the third-person shooter. After playing the game, we’re not convinced (yet) of either of these claims. It’s possible that Inversion has some innovative tricks up its sleeves, but we didn’t see them in the demo we played, or in the hands-off live demo we watched. ..."
" The last time we played Inversion, we left with an unanswered question: does the game offer more than a gimmick? Well, after playing some more of the game we’re still not sure, but we do know that the game does present more imagination surrounding its gravity-based antics than we had thought previously. We’ve seen some awesomely mind-bending environments as well as an entirely new function of the Grav Link, which is the technology used to manipulate gravity. By now we’ve seen enough to know that if you enjoyed playing around with the physics in Just Cause 2... ..."
" Videogames have given us the power to do things we otherwise couldn’t for decades. Whether it’s time-travel, ninja skills or marksmanship, games allow us to live out our fantasies in a way no other medium can. Namco’s Inversion wants you to dream about what you could do if the laws of gravity were at your fingertips. Enemies often run along walls or ceilings, you can throw a grenade sideways, make items or enemies weight more or less using a fancy... ..."
"While not the most original third-person shooter, this game does have a few interesting ideas going for it. Namely, tormenting enemies with gravity. "
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