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Submitted by shepard2186 443d ago | review

oprainfall Games of the Past Review: Crystal Defenders

oprainfall writes: “Surviving 30 waves of enemies with at least one crystal remaining sounds oh so simple, but little did I know that when I picked up Crystal Defenders, it would become such an obsession and easily one of my favorite games. I own the game on my PSP and PS3 and certainly do not regret the purchase. I have invested countless hours into this game, and I still have a level or two that I need to survive all 30 rounds on. I may be close, folks, with 29 waves survived, but that simply will not do! I must survive them all! If you are in the market for a fun game with a great price that will almost certainly keep you entertained for hours and hours, Crystal Defenders is the game for you.” (Crystal Defenders, PS3) 5/5

Toon_Link  +   442d ago
I love this game, some of the later levels can get pretty challenging atleast for a tower defense newbie like myself.
3-4-5  +   442d ago
It was ignorantly hard too early in the game.

Turned what would have been a really good game into something that was just ok.

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