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  • Summary: Vertigo is a high-rolling, adrenalin-fueled combination of futuristic racing, puzzle solving and precision control. You are a Xorber, a member of most Elite Xorb racing corp. in the galaxy. Roll thunderously across 54 wild and challenging landscapes, through 9 different worlds, each withVertigo is a high-rolling, adrenalin-fueled combination of futuristic racing, puzzle solving and precision control. You are a Xorber, a member of most Elite Xorb racing corp. in the galaxy. Roll thunderously across 54 wild and challenging landscapes, through 9 different worlds, each with their own unique treacherous terrain and death defying obstacles. Upgrade your Xorb, seek hidden shortcuts and collect power ups to help you survive, to become the fastest and most envied Xorber in the Universe! Featuring Wii Board compatibility use either the Wii Remote or the Wii balance board for an all new gaming experience. Vertigo takes Wii and PC gaming to dizzy new heights - where only the skillful can survive. [PlayLogic Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. It's not going to make anyone's "Best of" year-end lists, but it's a perfectly decent little game for folks who miss the bygone days of marbles racing around improbable tracks. At its discount price, it's the sort of game you can take a risk on and not feel too bad about if it isn't your cup of tea.
  2. 70
    Vertigo is a fun little title that takes the Marble Madness and Super Monkey Ball concepts into the budget arena. Navigating through the levels is enjoyable, and the motion controls work well enough to not be frustrating.
  3. Vertigo is an average title with some great ideas, but the budget price makes it worth a try.
  4. At the end of the day Vertigo seems to be a decent core idea for a game wrapped in a lackluster package. There have been other successful games in this genre but for me, Vertigo doesn't live up to that legacy.