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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.
In the same way as Battle Royale is the flavour of the gaming month, Tower Defense titles used to hold just as much sway. Just a few short years back every developer and his dog was trying to shoe-horn some defense mechanisms into their titles in the hope it would draw gamers in. Of course, that soon died off, but it doesn't mean there isn't room for another Tower Defense experience on Xbox One. And that is exactly what we have with King's Guard TD.
Heroes are needed to take on the world’s most powerful vampire in Hero Defense, a game that combines elements of the RTS, tower defense and RPG genres. Are you the slayer for the job at hand?
Ever wanted to mix a bit of frantic tower defense action with some real-time strategy and role playing elements? Headup Games and Happy Tuesday will be allowing you just that with Hero Defense.
New Tower Defense experience anyone? How about if it promises a decent smattering of RPG goodness? That'll be Defender's Quest then.
Do you ever get the urge to play a tower defense, to fall into the patterns of building, upgrading and churning through waves of enemies? No? Maybe it’s just us, but there’s something familiar and satisfying about them, and Elemental War TD definitely looks like it’s aiming to satisfy that urge. Elemental War TD is out now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC with Play Anywhere capabilities.
Prepare for a tower defense game like no other; a playful offering full to the brim with humour, interesting folk and a sense of adventure. This is Duke of Defense and it’s now available on Xbox One, so let’s find out what else you can expect from it.
As an idea, it’s a remarkably simple one. It makes you wonder why it hasn’t been done before (at least, not in a game that’s got Steampunk Tower in the title): what if you made a tower defence game... in a tower? Steampunk Tower 2 is out now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
You may well have previously dipped in and out of the manic world of X-Morph: Defense, but now, after numerous content packs have released, we see the arrival of the Complete Edition of the game on Xbox One.
X-Morph: Defense thrusts you into a fusion of top down shooting action and tower defense strategy to see you playing as the X-Morph, attempting to invade Earth and gather up all its resources. The base game originally arrived back 2017 and since launch players have been treated to a couple of content additions already, bringing new story campaigns for us to get our teeth into. Now though the world of X-Morph expands once more - and this time we get to visit some of the most remote locations across the world.
This right here is an ambitious mesh of tower-defense, MOBA-based mechanics and RPG-style progression that comes to us from Happy Tuesday, along with being published by Headup Games. Happy Tuesday appear to be a studio mainly helping out mobile game companies, whereas Headup Games have a prolific history of creating multiple titles of varying genres. The only thing left to see is if Hero Defense is on the Slime-San side of glory, or the Super Blackjack Battle II side of failure?
It was first talked of for an October 2017 release, then that slipped to Q2 2018. Now though we finally have a fully confirmed, super cemented release date for Hero Defense on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
I very much enjoyed X-Morph Defense when the base game arrived. I loved the addictive and relentless gameplay, and the use of mixing good old fashioned fly and gun gameplay, with some very detailed, but not overly complicated, tower defense skill systems. Most of all though, I loved being able to play as the invading aliens who were all out to take down the pesky humans with their inferior weapons and tactics. With them sending out hordes of army and airforce fighters, trying to kill the glorious invaders without success, it was all a bit good, if only because as the super race we had the chance to control all and live long and prosper. But that was all in the past, and I’ll calm down now in order to tell you all about the new DLC - European Assault.
Combining top down shooting with the strategy of a tower defense experience, X-Morph: Defense sees you playing as an alien species that is hellbent on invading Earth and harvesting its resources. And whilst there is already a lengthy campaign, plus the chance to hit European shores in another DLC pack, today sees us given the opportunity to become the X-Morph all over again - in a new Survival campaign.
Not meaning to sound pessimistic – that is the actual name of the game – but Yet Another Zombie Defense HD is out now, allowing Xbox One gamers to annihilate a ton of zombies.
The tower defense shooter that is X-Morph: Defense has today got itself a bit of an expansion, one that brings not only the European Assault addition, but an all-new Survival mode too.
It's the twin-stick shooting, tower defending hybrid that features a ton of destruction across fully dynamic environments, whilst providing a never before seen level of tower defense freedom. Yes, it's X-Morph: Defense and very soon it'll be getting even tastier with the introduction of the European Assault and a brand new Survival mode.
It seems like a bit of a strange combination, but today Xbox One owners can get access to two games from EXOR Studios in one big bundle - a bundle which sees a little discount take hold.
There have been hundreds of films, TV series’ and games about alien invasions. The human race always seems to get destroyed at first, but then we finish up with Will Smith punching an alien in the face whilst muttering the immortal line “Welcome to Earth”. It’s a David and Goliath story we love to see retold again and again. But in X-Morph: Defense the focus has been switched, with us playing as the alien who are invading earth, whilst those pesky humans are the enemy. But is it as good as Will Smith’s first contact with an alien race?
It’s not very often that we get to take on the role of the alien invaders trying to destroy the Earth, but that’s exactly what X-Morph: Defense brings to the gaming market. With that being said, there’s now only one thought in our minds... die humans! DIE!
What do you get when you let Headup Games and Happy Tuesday mix strategy, tower defense and RPG elements? Hero Defense of course!