Trials of Topoq Review

Trials of Topoq Review

Published On October 16, 2007 | By Russ Clow | Reviews
Overall Score
83 %
Trials of Topoq is an original title with plenty of fun to be had as you find new ways to push the ball around using different body parts! [Easy now! -ed]
Just feels a little bland on the graphical front, with plenty more room for detailed textures and impressive backdrops.

The possibilities for the Playstation Eye are endless. As soon as you combine human motion into a title, you’re always opening the door to new ideas. Trials of Topoq is one of those titles. This puzzle title puts you in charge of directing a ball down a selection of platforms with your body movements. Your image is printed on the floor underneath the ball, and as you move your body parts, you lift the tiles which, in turn, create ramps to push the ball to the goal. There’s plenty of fun to be had here, but at the same time, the graphics seem somewhat disappointing. It would of been nice to see some more detailed backdrops and textures throughout the game which would of added to the enjoyment. Despite that, Trials of Topoq is still good fun, and takes advantage of the Playstation Eyes’ technology, warranting a decent 83%.

About The Author

Russ Clow not only nearly shares his name with one of the best Gladiators around, but he also has a bundle of experience under his belt. Since a very young age he's been playing video games, and has been working in the video game industry for most of his working career. Russ is a secret Sony Fanboy, although he tries hard to hide it so as to keep his position as Editor-in-Chief. When he's not playing games, Russ likes to play football with the "lads".