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3.67 stars 3.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 2 releases and 0 DLC
I guess I’ve been in a bit of a tower defense mood as of late, especially with Dungeon Defenders and Orcs Must Die just over the horizon. So when I saw a Tower Defense/Strategy pack on sale on Steam last week I rather impulsively bought it. The pack had 5 games and included Defense Grid, which I have on XBLA, and Santcum, a title I saw not too long ago in a Quick Look over on Giantbomb. I liked the look of it and thought it might be a fun game to take my mind off of the slew of October releases....0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Easy use of the Kinect tag-line aside, this very concept is at the core of Sanctum's gameplay. Combining tower defense with first person shooting, Sanctum comes in along with Dungeon Defenders, Orcs Must Die! and Iron Brigade where they try doing more stranger experimenting with what can be done in the genre. However where Sanctum's problem lies in that while it is doing something fresh and not commonly seen, the very heart of it is just "decent" and that it's not really exciting and yet it won'...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Sanctum is by now means a bad game but it's not really a good game either. The multiplayer is a big plus for me being able to play with a friend. But Sanctum simply lacks content and at times feel likes one of the java browser tower defense games out there just in 3D.It has the same ridiculous damage and creep life increasing. There's mostly only one "good" way to solve the maps and there are only 4 maps, 3 weapons and 4-5 towers coming with the game. There's more content if you're willing to pa...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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