Grip Shift - Reception


GripShift reviews by platform
Publication PSP PS3 (PSN) XBLA
Compilations of multiple reviews
Compiler PSP PS3 (PSN) XBLA
Game Rankings

GripShift has won a number of awards since its release. At the 2005 Australian Game Developers Conference GripShift won "Best Handheld Game", "Best Level Design" and "Best Game Design".

In late 2005 IGN awarded GripShift runner-up to Lumines for the most innovative design for a handheld game in their annual Game of the Year Awards.

GripShift also won "Best Handheld Game" in the 2005 Sumea awards.

IGN scored the Xbox Live Arcade version of GripShift a 7.0, stating "...It has more gameplay than most XBLA titles". awarded it an A, rating, "of the more unique, addicting, and polished games on the Arcade...or anywhere else."

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