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Hands-On Preview O 'Sang-Froid: Tales Of Werewolves'

"I am not one for tower defense games. I know a lot of people are, but for me, they’re just not that entertaining. There are a few exceptions, such as Kingdom Rush and Revenge of the Titans, but largely, I rarely approach the genre. A few years ago, I discovered Orcs Must Die, a third-person tower defense game that had players running around through castles and dungeons, attempting to hold off waves of orcs, trolls, goblins and other nasty creatures..." - Tom Christiansen (Indie, PC, Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves)

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