A fun little tower defence game with some amazing graphicsNote: throughout the review I will spell defence the British way, even though the game's official name is spelled the American way.
Before Defence Grid, I had only really played tower defence games on a mobile, or in-browser, so maybe my perception of what constitutes good graphics for a TD game is a little skewed. But that does not detract from what is a very pretty game, which has a lot of potential.
As you can see, I haven't played this game much. However, there's still many more levels in it's campaign mode that I have to complete, along with all the challenges that can be found in game. Then there's the workshop maps, which I haven't even looked at.
A new perspective on the TD genre
As mentioned, I have very little experience with the TD genre. I had only really played Bloons Tower Defence before Defence Grid, so when I went into this, I was quite impressed with how different it was.
As a whole, the game is really good, and I'm sure anyone who enjoys tower defence games will enjoy Defence Grid. However, the scores aren't the highest, so let's look a little into why they are what they are.