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Generally favorable reviews- based on 11 Ratings

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  1. Jun 20, 2012
    This game is kind of an unreal tournament game for the 360 which is something the console was missing, the gameplay is similar but it has a slower pace and there are powers and abilities to use. There are three classes ranging from a full ability user to a tank-like character who doesn't use abilities. There are 10 challenge modes per class (30 total) which could give you some good 3 hours of gameplay. However, the challenges are not much more than a series of bot matches. The maps don't vary that much specially in the challenges which is a downside. The weapons also are really few which was disappointing but at least the gameplay itself was fun enough. The multiplayer is supposed to be the saving grace though there is hardly anyone online so it would rather be a series of bot-matches. Overall, this game has potential, but its missing variety and most importantly a community however it is saved from a bad score since the gameplay itself turns out to be really fun, its only five dollars now so it can be good deal but I recommend downloading the demo before buying. Expand

Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

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  1. Positive: 3 out of 10
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  1. While CellFactor is more fun with real humans, it never feels like it'll lure you away from other shooters. [Apr 2009, p.75]
  2. 80
    A surprisingly enjoyable shooter. It doesn't do anything new for a retail game, but there are few great online shooters on XBLA. And for that reason alone, it may be worth $10.
  3. CellFactor: Psychokinetic Wars is a uniquely fun multiplayer shooter than will satisfy old school fans and give them, and competition hungry new schoolers, a solid alternative to the bigger games on the market that require a larger online time investment or statistical paranoia.