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8.3

Generally favorable reviews- based on 51 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 41 out of 51
  2. Negative: 3 out of 51

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  1. Sep 24, 2017
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    L'indé pourravenaze du jour est en 2D 4 couleurs et bien entendu une sorte de "jeu" de plate-forme pourri dans lequel on doit faire sauter le petit bonhomme (ou plutôt le petit tas de pixels qui ressemble à un bonhomme) sur des plate-formes.

    Pour se singulariser et de dédouaner de la merdaille ambiante des indés qui sentent du fion, N+ a bricolé quelque chose de plus injouable que
    L'indé pourravenaze du jour est en 2D 4 couleurs et bien entendu une sorte de "jeu" de plate-forme pourri dans lequel on doit faire sauter le petit bonhomme (ou plutôt le petit tas de pixels qui ressemble à un bonhomme) sur des plate-formes.

    Pour se singulariser et de dédouaner de la merdaille ambiante des indés qui sentent du fion, N+ a bricolé quelque chose de plus injouable que d'habitude, une daubasse en fait tellement injouable, tellement nulle à chier qu'il ne peut s'agir que d'un brouillon de vague projet de concept (de "jeu vidéo" ?) en pré-version-alpha-moins.

    A ses graphismes (?) immondes se joint donc un non-jeu et un foutage de gueule que seul un développeur indé peut se permettre de démouler impunément, car du moment que c'est "frais", un public benêt ouvre grand le bec pour avaler un tel non-sens. Triste époque en vérité.
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  2. JohnF
    Jun 2, 2008
    6
    Single-player starts off a lot of fun but gets incredibly frustrating and difficult towards the end. It will really test your patience, maybe like no game you've ever played. The "zero margin for error" difficulty towards the end takes most of the fun out of the game. Multiplayer is cool if you can find someone else to play.
  3. NateB
    Apr 6, 2008
    9
    A reflex champion and perfectionist's dream game. N+ features a tremendous amount of challenge without being overly frustrating, great controls and literally hundreds of stages between single player, co-op and multiplayer vs. modes. While the graphics look like an old Atari title, the physics, music and style are top notch. The only hang up I have about this game is that there areA reflex champion and perfectionist's dream game. N+ features a tremendous amount of challenge without being overly frustrating, great controls and literally hundreds of stages between single player, co-op and multiplayer vs. modes. While the graphics look like an old Atari title, the physics, music and style are top notch. The only hang up I have about this game is that there are some hiccups during online play, though usually the game runs smoothly. In total, N+ is a great value at only 800 points (while free on the PC, the controller support and live features are well worth it) and is one of the best, if not the best, game featured on xbox live arcade so far. My recommendation is that you will greatly enjoy this title if you found the demo to be even a little bit engaging. Plus, what other game features as many bad puns? I'll see you N+ the game! Expand
Metascore
83

Generally favorable reviews - based on 36 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 31 out of 36
  2. Negative: 0 out of 36
  1. N+ may not look like much, but it’s fun and addictive.
  2. Despite some level design and DLC uncertainties, N+ is absolutely a must buy for any self-respecting 360 owner. N+ adds lots of new, great stuff to an already incredible platformer; with its multiplayer modes, level editor, and wonderfully intuitive-yet-deep controls, there's enough here to satisfy diehard N fans and franchise newbies alike.
  3. A triumph in minimalism.