Summary: Toy Soldiers does what it wants to do: It wants to provide nice quirky fun, from anywhere to experienced players, to casual players. PROS: +The art style is cute, and it makes you chuckle when ever you see an enemy soldier explode into springs and gears.
Summary: As long as you don't have high expectations, this game is ENORMOUSLY entertaining if you only have 15-30 minutes a day to get your gaming fix. Plus it covers an area WW1 that is seriously neglected by the gaming industry.
Summary: Entertaining game, albeit somewhat short. A mixture of tower defense, strategy and vehicle action (you can't control any troops). I love the World War 1 theme as it's hardly ever done in games. Fun game on easier difficulty, it gets very difficult as you ratchet up the degree of difficulty.
Summary: Now that Toy Soldiers uses Steamworks, it's not too bad. You will have some fun moments with it but it really isn't anything memorable. The levels are decent size and there is a good amount of enemy variety, but the gameplay just starts to get stale when you being playing through campaign+ (just...
Summary: I did not expect anything after the game interesting. I sometimes play a game of Tower Defence, but only just about, out of boredom. So what could I expect from Toy Soldiers? Apparently nothing, and there .. the game sucked me in many hours of gameplay.
Summary: A great game, despite the GFWL integration, for every reason but one: the "there is no valid excuse for this on earth" terrible camera. It's abysmal, and completely prevents you from enjoying the game in any way whatsoever. If this isn't fixed by a patch, it's a criminal offence.
Summary: This was a surpise for me, a budget release through steam that I hadn't heard of. Well, it was amazing - huge game, superbly detailed and crafted game area with real attention to detail. No bugs at all that I saw. I played it all through then sat back happy.
Summary: Now it's only 800 msp. Easily worth it if you're looking for a different experience set in a different era. Game captures the feel of the era with it's unique art style and music. That coupled with this not being a generic experience which you find with most games makes it a no brainer.
Summary: Casual game, which I would give on a PC an average rating: 6 Two thinks are (for the PC) below average - need of annoying Windows Live Account (this on top of steam for me) -3 - max. resolution 1024 -1 Sum Up: Fine as a casual game. Probably good for XBox etc., but not adapted well to PC.