Excerpt: The Tower Defence game is, in the scheme of things, a fairly recent creation. Initially made as an online flash game it was quickly copied and became very popular. This is easy to understand as there is something about setting things up and watching them go. However, sometimes you want something a bit meatier… something a bit like Dungeon Defenders.
Summary: Orcs are crazy. All they ever want to do is smash things and terrorize villagers. Thankfully, brave heroes will always be there to help with a carefully calculated combination of turrets and traps. If you played such games as Orcs Must Die! or Trenched , then you're already familiar with the mechanics for Dungeon Defenders. The goal is to protect one or more structures, called cores, from increasingly difficult waves of goblins, orcs, and other high-fantasy fiends.
Pros: Four unique playable characters, Numerous challenge maps and difficulty settings add longevity, Local and online multiplayer for up to four people.
Cons: Some challenges are nearly impossible for one person, Character locomotion is a chore, Unsatisfying combat.
Conclusion: Om jag spelar Tetris, valfritt Shoot 'em up, eller Puzzle Quest i några timmar strax innan jag lägger mig så drömmer jag garanterat om spel om natten. Deras enkla upplägg gör att jag tvingats återupprepa samma handling om och om igen länge. Dessa feberliknande drömmar av repetition plågade mig även när jag under en period i min ungdom knegade på en arbetsplats där jag stod vid ett löpande band. Den senaste tiden har jag spelat massor med Dungeon Defenders .
Pros: Många uppgraderingsmöjligheter, varar länge, rolig genremix,