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Dropped some coin on the full Defender's Quest

I can’t think of any better way for a game to say “Welcome to Paid Content” than having a Red Dragon join your party. Ironically, the Red Dragon may be the weakest member of my party, given how hard I was grinding to get 3 stars on all of the Demo missions. 154 more words

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Defender's Quest: A Review and Conclusions on Integrating Tower Defense into Tabletop RPGs

As I mentioned the other day, I may have finally found a game on which I could model a Tower Defense-style D&D encounter. The game is Defender’s Quest and the first half of it is available to play for free on Kongregate. 1,161 more words

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Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten

Defender’s Quest is an RPG-slash-tower-defense game that somehow manages to do both categories well. Admittedly, it’s way more tower defense than RPG, but fans of both should be suitably appeased. 404 more words

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A Daggy Series of Steamy Reviews: 11-14

Age of Mythology: Extended Edition is out! I’d write a review of it, but for obvious reasons it would be a pretty big retread of of what I had to say about Age of Empires II: HD. 1,230 more words

A Tale That Is Daggy

Opinion - Sales are good. Fo serious.

Somebody hates sales?  Really?

Gamasutra recently ran an article (here) by Jason Rohrer that attacked the value of video game sales.  Specifically, he argued that sales hurt fans by allowing them to pay more when they could pay less and promoting a culture that encourages waiting to purchase thereby undermining multiplayer user bases.  1,385 more words

Game Review: Defender's Quest

Greetings again friends and colleagues and that weird guy Phil I met at the bus stop. Review time again! As always, the review can also be found here at… 1,554 more words

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Why You Should Be Playing Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten

The modern Tower Defense, a sub-genre of the Real-Time Strategy genre, has gained a lot of popularity in recent years due to how simplistic its titles can remain while still managing to be fun–like, really fun. 1,037 more words

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