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South Park: Let's Go Tower Defense Play!
6 October 2011
Conclusion: The best advice anyone can be given is to pick up South Park: Let’s Go Tower Defense Play! for the Xbox Live Arcade if they are either a fan of the genre or a huge South Park fan by default.
Conclusion: You work so hard to unlock that one clip of X character, playing the same level over and over again trying to get 500,000 points on a level you have trouble getting 200,000 on, just for a 10 second clip.
Summary: " South Park: Let’s Go Tower Defence Play! " combines a direct character control and strategic tower placement to a very nice results. The mix of styles allows multiple players to enjoy the game and its humour on a superficial level (aided by a few beers) while leaving the higher level strategic...
Conclusion: Playing through the campaign on your own or with three other friends unlocks lots of extras that South Park fans will get a kick out of. There are lots of short video clips from different episodes to watch that introduce certain characters and events.
Summary: To paraphrase Cartman, you have to respect the authority of South Park Let's Go Tower Defense Play! While the lewd-and-crude cartoon has had an awful history when it comes to game adaptations (South Park Rally, anyone?
Pros: Great South Park atmosphere, complete with the show's twisted humor, Deep strategy with lots of building options, Numerous challenge missions in addition to campaign, Great co-op mode
Cons: Gets very tough very fast in single-player, Repetitive voice samples get tiring after a few levels
Excerpt: I’m going to be perfectly honest with you all, I haven’t played a tower defense game in years and I think I may have forgotten its concept. When South Park Let’s Go Tower Defense Play! was announced late last spring, I started to puzzle as to what a tower defense was in the first place. […]
Summary: First announced in a teaser video during Microsoft's E3 press conference in 2008, South Park's exclusive Xbox Live Arcade debut offered more questions than answers. The surprising result is a variant on tower defense strategy games.
Pros: Four-player cooperative campaign, Fast-paced, frantic action, Authentic voiceovers from the show
Cons: Static outdoor levels lack pizzazz, Only two game variants, Interface is too clumsy for single-player enjoyment