RAD Soldiers isn’t quite the crack squad game it wanted to be, but it’s a commendable diversion for the tablet tactician who can’t get enough of ordering little people to their doom.
Playable and pretty, but short, uneven and too familiar, a bit like a sequel to a favourite movie with shinier stars that occasionally fall over.
A challenging, hazardously compulsive test of catering strategy with enough variables to keep it from getting repetitive.
A Walking Dead game in the spirit of the TV series? No, but an enjoyable slice of real-time strategy, nonetheless.
Seriously fiendish brain-teaser, but the variety dries up all too quickly, even if the number of levels don’t.
There’s replay value for its target market, but the means to challenge other people’s robots would be a huge improvement.
Cute jokes and premise aside, Vampire Season’s ill-refined tower defense approach and cash-grabbing upgrade system fail to enthrall.
The jury finds the defendant guilty of lightweight strategy, casual entertainment, unfulfilled promise and hit-&-miss humour. Dismissed!