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Lets Go Tower Defense Play! Seems to be an odd fit for the South Park license. I mean, really, Tower Defense? But the game's nostalgic nudges and sense of humor will immediately click with any South Park fan. The problem is the game suffers from issues with chaotic environments that will probably turn-off most solo players. The game isn't bad by any sense of the word, that is if you have human players to co-op with. Lets Go Tower Defense Play! Is strictly built as a tower defense game for four...5 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Not that is saying much. But I have to say, if you enjoy tower defense games and have a couple of friends that have disposable space bucks, this game isn't a bad purchase. It seems best to have one person make walls and the other work on towers (making sure that you're not closing up the path by accident). Players three and four can focus on blasting the creeps flowing toward South Park. While fighting, I recommend you look at the scrap book and see what towers the various enemies are weak ag...0 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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