Trollhunters Defenders of Arcadia for Xbox One
Xbox One

Trollhunters Defenders of Arcadia

Sep 25, 2020 NEW
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About this game

Developer: WayForward
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Jump into the world of Trollhunters as Jim Lake Jr. to stop Porgon the Trickster Troll and his sneaky plans! Team up with Claire in couch co-op and also get a helping hand from lots more loved characters to face unknown evil forces and help stop the Time-pocalypse! Upgrade your armour and boost your abilities to become more powerful than ever. The fate of the universe is in your hands!

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
6.43
Kim SnaithSep 25, 2020
As far as platform games go, there are much better titles out there than Trollhunters: Defenders of Arcadia. It’s let down by uninspired visuals, and a combat system that just isn’t fun. If you’re a fan of the Dreamworks series, then you might get a bit more joy out of it, but for everyone else it’s a rather humdrum platformer. It works, but that’s about it.
Corey LyleSep 28, 2020
The graphics are just okay but the voice acting is where this game shines. Original actors from the shows were used and it shows. This is noticed as there is a fair amount of dialog for how short the game can take which brings me to my last point. The game can be completed from start to finish in as little as a couple of hours. Granted that was my second run of the game. My first run of the game on hard collecting everything probably took between 4 and 6 hours.
Dave OzzySep 25, 2020
I’m of the opinion that you should score a game for the audience it’s made for, and Trollhunters: Defenders of Arcadia on Xbox One is a pre-teen game that delivers on what its audience wants. It’s a brisk romp through all of the best characters and locations in the game, with barely a hiccup along the way. What it sacrifices in complexity or any kind of innovation, it gains in player-friendliness and an adventure that – for the kids in this house.

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