- Summary: Defender's Quest is a unique blend of real-time Tower Defense strategy and tactical RPG meta-game, complete with a colorful cast of characters and fast-paced story-telling.
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Positive: 2 out of 2
Mixed: 0 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
Jan 29, 2012It's no accident that Defender's Quest is incredibly fun to play. The team behind it clearly had an appreciation for the genre and knew how to offer something familiar yet fresh. The promise of free content updates has me excited to continue playing. You should strongly consider joining me.
Dec 17, 2012This game is fun. I am a tactics game addict, this isn't exactly a tactics game but a tower defense game where you use characters for yourThis game is fun. I am a tactics game addict, this isn't exactly a tactics game but a tower defense game where you use characters for your towers. These characters have classes and can level up and then be specced certain ways. So with 6 different classes and having up to 6 of each class in a battle, then with different specs per class there is a lot of depth to this simple looking game. Lots of fun!!… Expand
Mar 25, 2012I would like to start off and say THANK YOU to the makers of this game. My son wanted it so we got it for him did not think he would like it,I would like to start off and say THANK YOU to the makers of this game. My son wanted it so we got it for him did not think he would like it, but i was wrong and glad he show it to me, it is one of those games you can sit back and not have to worry what he is going to be seeing...... I like playing it now to...... can't wait for the updates....... THANKS AGAIN… Expand
Nov 28, 2012Very solid and entertaining tower defense game with a splash of RPG.
Pros: - Fairly long campaign with lots of additional replay value. -Very solid and entertaining tower defense game with a splash of RPG.
- Fairly long campaign with lots of additional replay value.
- Different difficulties require different strategies, but there are many different successful strategies.
- Fun combination of standard tower defense (place units, power them up using a resource you acquire by defeating incoming waves) and longer term rpg elements (units level up and unlock abilities, need equipment upgrades, must be recruited before being used).
- Repetitive sound track
- Difficult to evaluate the impact of unit level-up decisions - decision-making feels somewhat random
All in all, well worth a look if you like tower defense.… Expand
Feb 8, 2014Ok story but has the feel of an flash game. Easy for td veterans but refreshing mix of rpg and td.
Would recommend if you are a fan of towerOk story but has the feel of an flash game. Easy for td veterans but refreshing mix of rpg and td.
Would recommend if you are a fan of tower defence games… Expand
Dec 18, 2012A fun mix of Tower Defense and RPG in a well made game. Your companions are your "towers" and you level them up and equip them as you wouldA fun mix of Tower Defense and RPG in a well made game. Your companions are your "towers" and you level them up and equip them as you would in a standard RPG. Quite enjoyable. Get the demo and see if it is your kind of game.… Expand
May 5, 2016I don't understand any praise this game receives. I've played every major TD on the market, and as a big genre fan I have to say thatI don't understand any praise this game receives. I've played every major TD on the market, and as a big genre fan I have to say that Defender's Quest is one of the most tedious and outright annoying that exists anywhere, on any platform.
The story is outright terrible, cliched in every sense of the word and told in the most uninspired and lazy "Penny Arcade talking heads" method imaginable. Horrible, horrible writing and dialogue for all characters and sequences. Any random talented child could write a better story AND dialogue in 3 hours. Even Disney movies have more originality. I winced repeatedly just trying to follow the storyline itself, and actually gave up after the 4th or 5th sequence involving irrelevant nonsense and bad jokes unrelated to the game or the plot. The story in tower defense games is mostly irrelevant anyway, but a truly bad story that actively annoys you (even if it can be skipped) detracts from any type of game.
The actual gameplay in Defender's Quest is tediously mathematical. You appear to have choices in units, items, upgrades, and the like, but a few glances at the actual stats/levels reveal that the game uses a linear scaling of raw numbers (and not even complex raw numbers at that) to up the "difficulty" as you advance in the story, and through the individual level "challenges". Any combination of proper numbers (equipment + characters + abilities) will defeat any level. Strategy of placement is only occasionally required, and when it is it's obvious. If you can't find any reasonable combination of raw numbers from your current party you can always go back to the story (or back to challenges, if you were stopped on the story). This makes the entire game a simple wash-and-repeat repetition of "drop towers and hit x4 to finish faster, then endure the next story sequence". This isn't tower defense, this is bad game design.
Overall Defender's Quest is just a bad game. The ending isn't any good, and neither is the journey. Deleted.… Expand