For more than a decade the Kingdom Rush franchise has been drawing in Tower Defense fans. And in that time it's picked up huge acclaim across the board, mostly on PC via Steam and mobile. Now it's time for that series to hit the world of Xbox.
I have given – and received – my fair share of dodgy presents over the years. But this one takes the biscuit for bad presents. Find out what it is in Broken Universe – Tower Defense, out today on Xbox.
It seems like the Lozange Lab team are looking to make a name for themselves by providing super stylish puzzling action. It also seems as if they are succeeding too as after previously releasing the cool Swim Out to console, we find the 1950's styled tower defense action of Rip Them Off launching on Xbox and Nintendo Switch.
Royal Tower Defence on Xbox is a game that is greater than the sum of its parts, but if you are looking for a proper challenge, you could do a lot worse. It’s not a looker, but the gameplay shines through and the hook it delivers is certainly real. For the low asking price, it’s worth giving it a try.
Who said tower defence games were dead? We’ve had Elemental War TD and Steampunk Tower II in the past month, and now we have Royal Tower Defense, bringing us a simpler and more colourful variation on the joys of base-defending and upgrading towers. Royal Tower Defense is out now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch and PC.
Ratalaika Games have made a name for themselves over the years by porting over cheap and cheerful little indie titles to console. That is what we are seeing again here, with them taking the base game of Spacejacked and transporting it to a new galaxy; a galaxy populated by Xbox One and Nintendo Switch players.