Skylanders Trap Team

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IGN

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8.2 / 10.0
Oct 1, 2014

Loads of great characters and the return of Skystones make Trap Team one of the best games in the Skylanders series.

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Oct 7, 2014

Skylanders Trap Team refreshes the toys-to-life magic with new portal tech, charming characters, and engaging gameplay that any gamer can enjoy.

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7 / 10
Oct 5, 2014

The gimmick is great, and playing as a villain works extremely well, but as a game this doesn't play as fair or as fun as previous instalments.

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8.8 / 10.0
Oct 1, 2014

The biggest and most enjoyable entry in the series. It's great for single player or co-op sessions

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8 / 10.0
Oct 7, 2014

Trap Team will give your kids a crash course in gaming basics — and you'll get an enjoyable and surprisingly deep game to play with a wide range of age groups.

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8 / 10
Oct 29, 2014

Fun villains and a joyful campaign make Trap Team another delightful entry into the Skylanders series.

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Kotaku

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Yes
Oct 5, 2014

With more personality than ever before and a narrow focus on the new toys, it's the perfect time to play a perfect platformer without being overwhelmed by years of toy releases.

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Oct 9, 2014

While not without its questionable qualities — expect to pay $120 to get something approaching an optimal play experience — Skylanders: Trap Team continues the series' tradition of catering to kids by treating them with respect. And the new trapping gimmick more than justifies itself through the flexibility it offers... not to mention the amusing and diverse role it gives the game's villains.

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7.5 / 10.0
Oct 7, 2014

While I never really connected with the trap mechanic or the new Trap Master toys, Skylanders: Trap Team is still a well-oiled machine. On newer consoles it looks fantastic, the action gameplay is still exciting, and the charm is still there. I just hope that Activision and its ilk have more interesting concepts in mind for the next iteration.

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8 / 10
Oct 20, 2014

With a more intuitive – not to mention, convenient – core gimmick, Skylanders' fourth instalment is a solid outing for the series, dispelling fears that the Activision power seller is succumbing to fatigue. For fans, it's yet another all-round improvement, but Trap Team also serves as a perfect entry point for newcomers.

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