Submitted by Wiiloveit 888d ago | review

Review: Prime World: Defenders (DarkZero)

"The tower defence genre is one that is certainly no stranger nowadays. No matter where you look, you can easily find a tower defence game to play. It’s a genre that has become so sterile that it’s no wonder developers are looking to find ways to refresh this overpopulated genre. But how does a development team do that? The answer to that question seems to be by blending two genres together. We have seen this already with the Sanctum franchise, which blended first-person shooting with tower defence. Now we have Nival mixing the classic tower defence formula with the addictive nature of card collectibles and an experience system. But does this blend of genres work well together?" (DarkZero) (PC, Prime World Defenders) 6/10

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