Devil's Crush Reviews (Wii)
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Nintendo Life (Jul 23, 2007)
The graphics are really stunning, the designers were obviously smoking something strong when they created this game. The music is also noteworthy, with a brilliant main theme that never gets annoying or repetitive. Pinball games are the ultimate in score-attack entertainment and Devil Crash remains one of the finest examples of the genre ever published. Pick this up without delay!
Jeuxvideo.com (Aug 12, 2009)
Naxat nous propose une suite supérieure en tout point à Alien Crush, que ce soit au niveau de l'ambiance, des graphismes, de l'aspect sonore ou de la richesse. Devil's Crush est assurément un grand nom du jeu de flipper, que tout joueur se doit d'essayer au moins une fois pour en comprendre tout le potentiel ludique.
GameSpot (Jul 27, 2007)
Originally published for the TurboGrafx-16 console in 1990, Devil's Crush is now available for download from the Wii's Virtual Console shop for a mere 600 points ($6). That's a bargain, considering that there aren't many pinball video games that are as much fun to play as Devil's Crush. The physics aren't quite as believable as they were in its predecessor, Alien Crush, but the expanded table offers much more to do, and the flashier presentation goes even further toward helping you forgive those odd bounces the ball occasionally takes.
Eurogamer.net (UK) (Jul 27, 2007)
Devil's Crush is at least better than Sonic Spinball, also available on the VC, but nowhere near the majesty of Pinball Dreams, which isn't. If you're absolutely hellbent on owning an aging emulated pinball game on your Wii then, hey, go for it. Personally, with such a broad spectrum of great games to choose from, I can't really see why this has wormed its way to the top of the upload heap.