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#IDARB

Other Ocean Interactive
Jan 30, 2015 - Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S
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OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

54%

Critics Recommend

IGN
7.5 / 10
Eurogamer
7 / 10
Game Informer
8.3 / 10
GameSpot
8 / 10
Polygon
8.5 / 10
Destructoid
8 / 10
Game Revolution
4 / 5
God is a Geek
7 / 10
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Critic Reviews for #IDARB

IGN

7.5 / 10.0
IGN

#IDARB is an unexpected and intelligent competitive game, but it needs better multiplayer options.

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When I play #IDARB, I don't feel like I'm trusted. Hashbombs are a neat idea, but they come when someone else wants them to. Playing with others is amazing, but #IDARB doesn't help me out if I don't have quite that many friends available. Instead, it's watchable. It can be hard for the untrained eye to grasp everything that's going on in Smash, but #IDARB is easy, it's digestible. Unfortunately, that means that for all it gets right, #IDARB can be a lot more fun to watch than it is to play.

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Vying for points next to a collection of friends scratches many of the same multiplayer itches as Super Smash Bros.

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#IDARB combines the interactivity of Twitch Plays Pokemon with simple, raw competition.

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IDARB throws a lot of goof spaghetti at the wall, and a shocking amount of it sticks. But its absurdity can, when cranked up to 11, distract from the real joy of the game — its satisfying mechanics and miles-deep strategy.

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#IDARB reminds me of the core reason why I play videogames, the honest fun and good spirit of the design with the tight competitive gameplay make this a perfect game to sit back and let the world slip away. It has its flaws here and there, and it's not got a ton of variety, but I love it. Besides, it's free on Xbox Live Games with Gold right now, so just grab it, ya dingus!

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As a game, it's fairly simple, and playing by oneself could grow dull quickly. It's really when people play together, either locally or online, that #IDARB takes off. And as the game is set to launch as a free title with Xbox Games With Gold in February, hopefully there will be plenty of players looking for a little pixelated madness to match up with.

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At a higher player count, the chaos get's too much, but when it's at its best, #IDARB is a hell of a lot of fun.

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