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  • Summary: The Apocalypse has come... Millions of demons and monsters emerge from the earth, destroying everything on their wake. Xavier, the most popular (and most evil) Death Metal rock band around the world, might be the only hope for the mankind... Or the only nightmare for the devils!

    As the most evil existence in the universe, You must find your way to enter hell, defeat the evil's minions, prove you are the true lord of all evil!

    You have to defeat waves of monsters in each stage.

    They are getting stronger, but you can collect fanatic energy to summon or enhance your fans, or buy powerful music equipments for the band.

    Build your own dark army and destroy them all!
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  1. 50
    Despite, or maybe because of, these flaws, Devil Band is surprisingly engaging in a rote sort of way. I can't say I ever actually enjoyed myself while playing it, but I didn't hate it, either. It is the least complex tower defense game I've ever played, which I sort of appreciate, but at the same time I find myself wanting a better game. It by no means has made me a tower defense fan, but it hasn't driven me away from the genre, either.
  2. Jun 19, 2012
    30
    Devil Band - Rock the Underworld is a poor man's Plants vs. Zombies. It's cheaper to buy but equally cheap on the ideas front, with nothing new to contribute to the formula and a worse way of doing what makes PvZ worth playing. Tactically bankrupt and equally light on entertainment, it's definitely one to avoid.
  3. Jul 21, 2012
    26
    Three and a half hours of scrappy, ugly tower defence. And what's worst is that there's only one in-game music track. In a game about Heavy Metal? Rubbish. [Aug 2012, p.101]