Submitted by Parable 1010d ago | review

Parable: Orcs Must Die! 2 Review

If asked to think about the tower defence genre, your mind is most likely to drift towards memories of slow paced flash games that offered nothing thrilling beyond the prospect of placing more towers. They were rarely exciting, they didn’t offer anything all that stimulating and it’s arguable as to whether you could call them fun. Thankfully, Orcs Must Die! 2 avoids entertaining any idea of being slow paced and mixes up a combination of tower defence and third person action to create a compelling title that, at times, flirts very dangerously between the lines of difficult and utterly frustrating. (Orcs Must Die! 2, PC) 7.5/10

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