Summary: OMD2 is a great addition to the TD genre of games and gives a new twist on the gameplay mechanics. However, there are some features that leave much desired. What OMD2 does right is that its *generally* fun to play. Then again, most TD's are.
Summary: I bought this game on steam when it was on sale I spent 3 dollars on this game. I am very pleased with my purchase. This game is a tower defense combined with third person elements. You are also able to take direct effect in combat with either the sorceress or the warmage.
Summary: I never played the first, but this is a very enjoyable, unique gaming experience that has me hooked. The DLC is a bit overpriced, and the artwork is not very genuine, but it's still a fun title. I'd say about 7.5/10
Summary: If you played the original Orcs Must Die, you'll be disappointed. Gone are the tutorials in the loading screens, headshots, and the fairies, although I might not have encountered them yet. Also the maps lack a certain creativity about them.
Summary: Orcs Must Die 2 follows the same action tower defense formula that worked so well in the first game. Included are some new levels, items, and monsters, a new playable character, and two new game modes, co-op and endless mode.
Summary: Really nice, fun gameplay. Can terribly drawn, the game is really nice, not too hard. Does coop or yourself can be really fun. For this an interesting plot and overall defense systems and weapons for our heroes.
Summary: I picked this game up on Steam when it was for sale at $2.79. I bought it not expecting much. What I discovered was a incredibly fun that is surprisingly tactical in nature. I found myself replaying level after level trying to improve my strategy to get a better score.
Summary: Orcs Must Die is a Tower Defense/Third person shooter hybrid whereby you control a "War-mage" that has to stop his realm from being overrun by Orcs, Ogres and other types of fantasy-creatures that make their way to the "Rift". Once enough Orcs make it into the rift, the player loses the game.
Summary: Orcs Must Die! is an surprisingly fun and satisfying tower defense/action hybrid based around slaughtering hoards of Orcs in some very creative ways. Open pools of acid? Launch them in with a Spring Trap. Low hanging ceiling? Smash them to bits with a Pounder.
Summary: Orcs Must Die! is a fun diversion. They've combined FPS with tower-defense. The traps are fun to place and watch, and being in on the action takes away a lot of the tedium that eventually sets in with most TD games.