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Submitted by BIoodmask 2281d ago | review

GameShark: Defense Grid: The Awakening Review

Defense Grid is a solid, well-rounded strategy game that expands on a few fundamental ideas. The slow pace allows for accessibility, but it heats up enough to sate the lust of tower defense-addicts everywhere with a steadily increasing challenge, tougher difficulties, and gold-medal awards that will drive perfectionists up the wall. Though the story is basically useless, the inclusion of a depressed computer to talk you through the waves of baddies keeps things entertaining as well as interesting. It's not entirely original, but it's hard to resist its razor-sharp hooks. (Defense Grid: New Awakening, PC) B+/A+

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