Indsendt: 23. november 2014
Well, I finally got Anomaly Korea, so lets see how good this is. (I have played this game a LOT more than 13 minutes)
Anomaly Korea is a top-view reverse tower defense game, when you are in control of a task force whose goal is either destroy all towers or get to a certain point on the map. The game starts off after the events of the original Anomaly. You play as a commander fighting a war against a race of sentient alien machines (that is literally what they are called). They have now targeted korea, and you are the only thing in the way of the machines at the moment. So, lets get to the review.
- Good graphics, great visual effects.
- A variety of vehicles at your disposal. From mechs to tanks to mobile shield generators.
- You can change the formation of your convoy. (protip: keep your most powerful unit at the front to soak up damage)
- There are special tactics you can use in the battle. You can use anything from healing to smokescreen.
- Campaign is really good. Got me hooked in the first 10 minutes.
- (I think this is the best part) you can change the course of your units mid-battle, which allows you to make split decisions when something new shows up.
- Runs smoothly even on weak computers with decent graphics.
- The game gets a little repetetive later on.
- You have to play the first game in order to understand what actually happened beforehand. (for instance: where did these machines come from? What is their goal other than destroy everything?)
- No multiplayer. :(
Overall, this game is a great game to get if you are into reverse tower defense games. It mixes strategic path making and fast reaction skills to make an excellent strategy game. It's graphics are pretty good for being a port from a mobile game. There are actually uses and purposes for having certain units in your convoy.
I give this game a 7/10 (Definitely worth a look). This game is awesome if you are a fan of strategy and tower defense. If you are new to the franchise, I highly recommend this game to start off with. The storyline is gripping, and it actually feels like you are fighting a war against giant robots.