Excerpt: What does winning mean to you’re defending your base so long the opposition got so bored they stop throwing waves of enemies your way? In Comet Crash players get to go on the offensive, and win decisively in this “tower defense” game from Pelfast.
Conclusion: Bionic Swarm does what every good expansion should do. It enhances the base game nicely, but offers something that's definitely aimed at those that went the difference with the original. It's still unlike anything else out there and a must-play.
Excerpt: Comet Crash is a valuable addition to the PlayStation Network game library and to the Tower Defense genre too. The game draws you in right from the start, challenging you to hone your strategy skills and drawing you in to try levels again and again so that you can progress deeper.
Conclusion: There's something to be said for iterating on an already proven idea. That's precisely what Pelsoft has done with their take on tower defense, and as a result it plays unlike anything else on the PS3 -- or elsewhere for that matter.
Conclusion: Being my first tower-defense genre title for the PS3, Comet Crash is a rather enjoyable experience. Sure there are a few issues here and there that could hamper the gameplay, however once you get into the game; you tend to overlook the little things in order to enjoy the grander presentation.
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Summary: Although I found nothing wrong with the graphics, there just wasn't anything that stood out. The nicest thing too look at was a swarm of your (or your enemies) Scouts storming towards their opposing base. I wasn't pleased with the use of so many generic Sci-Fi sounds.