Anomaly Korea - as the other entries in Anomaly series is a reverse tower defence game, where you are attacking the enemy defence. As I said in previous Anomaly: Warzone Earth review, the idea is quite enticing, however in the end it's too repetitive. Piotr Musial does a fine work in the music department. It is also worth mentioning that Anomaly Korea is more suited to tablet computers and smartphones with touch controls.
The game has also only one video setting to adjust and it will run fullscreen. I would not recommend purchasing Anomaly Korea for your PC. However, if the game looks interesting and the idea of tower attacking entices you - you might like Anomaly: Warzone Earth on steam or Anomaly: Mobile Campaign on smartphones - and I think the game series is better suited on-the-go so Mobile Campaign would be my choice.
Overall the series has potential but I find it very average and not motivating to play. It has some good ideas but I'd say most people would find the game dull in short time. In small doses it's not that bad - however with world full of games, there are probably better ones to spend your time with.
Posted: December 2nd, 2013