Summary: I have this on the Xbox and Windows phone and it is just plain fun. The game has it's challenging moments which is a welcoming aspect to the game. Also i havent tried it but it is supposed to have cross platform capabilities which sounds awesome.
Summary: Turn-based strategy given the "Angry Birds" treatment. Simple fun with limited depth (I'm perplexed how other reviews claim otherwise). Single-utility units and single digit math. If you're a fan of the genre, this is a dumbed-down incarnation that might provide a few hours of entertainment.
Summary: This game is just solid fun. It has enough depth to make the hardcore happy but is easily accessible by new players. The humor is definitely there. This game feels like it takes whatever made castle crashers fun and woven it in wax on and wax off style. The online lobby system needs more work.
Summary: Skulls of the Shogun does something that not many strategy games attempt to do in this console generation. It seeks to entertain you and enable the player to really play around with the mechanics in the game without getting technical.
Summary: Simplistic and also with a great amount of depth. Meaning it's easy for players to get into, but also has enough meat and potatoes for hardcore players to spend many hours after the campaign to better refine their strategy.
Summary: Skulls of the shogun's simplicity yet the dept offers itself open for a a newcomer like myself to pick up and play. The user interface offers every move you can make with prominent button prompts every time you take control of you units.