Excerpt: The Good: Unique spin on tower defense formula The Bad: That gets somewhat repetitious after awhile The Ugly: Nothing As a gamer I’m rapidly becoming a big fan of budget titles. Am I better off dropping $50 for Dead Space 2 and the roughly 15 hours of gameplay that it offers, or is my gaming dollar...
The unique tower defense hybrid Anomaly: Warzone Earth makes a smooth transition to the Xbox 360.
16 April 2012
Summary: There are many different creative tricks game developers use to add spice into well-worn genres to keep them feeling fresh, but sometimes, it's the simplest and least-expected ideas that yield the most alluring fruit.
Pros: Creative twist on traditional tower defense, Beautifully detailed environments, Great mix of strategy and action, Controls transitioned well to the Xbox 360, N/A
Conclusion: Anomaly: Warzone Earth is exciting, clever and ultimately addictive. There's a level of innovation here that we rarely see in AAA gaming, and we'd like to see more of it please. If you have any interest in tower defence whatsoever, this is an essential purchase.
Summary: Anomaly: Warzone Earth, at its core, is an arcade approach to the real-time-strategy genre. You have the heat of an RTS battle raging around you, as you find yourself in the middle it all, supporting your squad, issuing orders, changing tactics when the situation forces you to do so.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Anomaly warzone earth by 11 bit studios is a PC game that reverses the tables in a tower defense game. Instead of setting up the towers, you will be controlling a wave of units fighting against the invading alien towers.
Excerpt: Anomaly: Warzone Earth Review Publisher: 11 Bit Studios Platform: PC , Mac UK Price (as reviewed): £6.99 (inc VAT) US Price (as reviewed): $9.99 (ex tax) The world is being invaded by dangerous towers.
Summary: Call me a pessimist. Go ahead. Really, it won’t bother me in the least. You would not be the first, and given that it’s completely true, you sure won’t be the last. I own my pessimism, and often wear it as a badge of experience.