Reviews

Reviews and Media Coverage

Armless Octopus

Resistor Video Review

“Very entertaining experience worth the 80 Microsoft points”

XBLA & XBLIG Ratings (joebal, Top 50 Reviewer)

Learning while playing can be fun!

Resistor gets 9/10 for originality and creativity

Ramble Media (Formerly XBox Ramble)

“90 cleverly designed levels in this game which is great news for those of you with a love of puzzlers”

“great value for money and should be in everyones Indie games collection”

Did Not Finish

“Resistor is a nice, quick, good time.”

“Resistor is one of the better things your 80 MS points could go towards.”

Talk Nerdy to Me

“This game is very fun.”

“I found this game very addictive and a strong buy for puzzle fans. BUY”

Indie Theory

The gameplay tends to work well, with most of the 90 levels being well-designed and with controls that are quite easy to pick up and get used to.

If you’re a fan of pipe puzzles, and can get over the lack of thrills included, then this is certainly going to be one for you to try.

VVGTv

Resistor featured in Extra Life Charity Marathon

AaronTheSplazer

YouTube Gameplay

GameMarx Podcast EP102 (33:30)

“Local Knoxville props”

 

Other References

Resistor on IndieDB

Resistor on ModDB

Resistor on Raptr

Resistor on GameSpot

Resistor on GameFAQs

Resistor on Rated by Gamers

Resistor on XBLA & XBLIG Ratings

Dream Build Play entry

Resistor on XBoxIndies

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3 Responses to Reviews

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  2. […] called Resistor to the masses on the XBox Live Indie Game platform. While it was praised by many XBox Indie review sites, I failed to make any monetary return since it didn’t sell enough copies to get the minimum […]

  3. […] called Resistor to the masses on the XBox Live Indie Game platform. While it was praised by many XBox Indie review sites, I failed to make any monetary return since it didn’t sell enough copies to get the minimum […]

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