Summary: I got this on the cheap when I first bought my vita, and was very disappointed. the graphics are crud, and the gameplay isn't very good. In addition to that, there are only a few music tracks and they repeat over and over again.
Summary: I realize that launch games need to be taken with a grain of salt. After all, most launch games are afterthoughts that companies put out at the eleventh hour and are on brand new hardware that they might not be comfortable with, but that really doesn't make up for this game's many, many faults. The only good I had with this game was the sound. The Death Metal soundtrack is fantastic, and a really under-utilized genre as far as video game music goes.
Summary: This game is OK for the first half, but then the areas get cheap. There are electric fences and fire traps that are almost impossible to avoid. The game's difficulty doesn't increase due to a need for the player's skill to increase, but rather, the game introduces cheaper tricks and tactics in each new level and due to limited control of your army, the game becomes very frustrating. I do not recommend this game.
Summary: To be put bluntly, in 1 year it will be that game in the walmart bargain bin for $5 or $10 that nobody buys, even though theres 20 copies in there and its just $5... I just cant recommend it, even as a launch title. MSRP should be $20... not $40... If your like me and like to buy up a solid collection, at least wait for that. Game performs, feels and 'looks', like a PSP title. not vita. Repetitive after the first hour, music drove me bonkers.
Summary: In der Videospiel-Branche war es schon immer gängige Praxis erfolgreiche Konzepte zu kopieren, vor allem dann, wenn diese das schnelle Geld versprechen. Gelegentlich sind entsprechende Kopien durchaus spielbar, im besten Falle begnügen sie sich nicht einmal damit ein einfaches rip-off zu sein, sondern mischen eigene Ideen dazu. In den meisten Fällen sind entsprechende Titel aber nicht sehr viel mehr, als ein lauwarmer Aufguss einer tollen Idee.