Boom Boom Rocket Xbox 360

User Score
6.1

Mixed or average reviews- based on 26 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 26
  2. Negative: 7 out of 26

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  1. Jul 1, 2014
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    Ok, the idea behind ''Boom Boom Rocket'' it's mmm... interesting?... maybe, and I know that the game isn't perfect, but it's really addictive.
    The gameplay is really simple, and maybe it's the big problem of the game, it's so simple that after a while becomes repetitive, has some level of increasing difficulty, but it's not enough.
    The music and the rest of the effects are so cool, and
    Ok, the idea behind ''Boom Boom Rocket'' it's mmm... interesting?... maybe, and I know that the game isn't perfect, but it's really addictive.
    The gameplay is really simple, and maybe it's the big problem of the game, it's so simple that after a while becomes repetitive, has some level of increasing difficulty, but it's not enough.
    The music and the rest of the effects are so cool, and the graphics, couldn't be the best, but are great. And other good point is the control answer, it's good.
    Simple and addictive, the best words to describe ''Boom Boom Rocket''.
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Metascore
69

Mixed or average reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 19
  2. Negative: 0 out of 19
  1. The simplistic nature of Boom Boom Rocket makes it easy to pick up and enjoy in brief chunks, but it's also roughly like playing "Dance Dance Revolution" with the controller instead of a dance mat, which, unsurprisingly, isn't too much fun.
  2. A visual treat; even more so than its immensely popular "Geometry Wars." The tweaked classic tracks may not be for everyone, but at least they tie into the gameplay, making Boom Boom Rocket a very unique offering in the ever-surprising lineup of Xbox Live Arcade games.
  3. While it never struggles to be entertaining, it never really stands out either, and ultimately proves rather forgettable. Worth a go, then, but you wouldn't write songs about it.