You see, unfortunately, as much as Death by Cube is adequate, I found that that's all it is. Even as I re-read this review, I'm finding that it's very indicative of how Death by Cube plays; it's not bad - there's nothing objectively wrong - it just feels played out (teetering on generic). With Retro Evolved, there was a rivalry between my group of friends always trying to up each other score. So much so that I probably played it far too much for such a simple game. Since then, however, the dual-analog arcade game (including great examples like Super Stardust on PS3 and PSP) have had a tough time maintaining my interest. With DbC, I got bored quicker than any previous dual-analog game I've played, and it's far from the worst one available in terms of action AND visuals. Long story short, unless you still fantasize about the dually-analog genre, you may find your money better spent elsewhere.