I was a huge fan of Orcs Must Die! 2 when it came out. I knocked a lot of those ornery little buggers off and lost quite a bit more sleep than I had ever intended. The blend of tower defense strategy and third person action really sat well with me, as did the spirit of experimentation. There are just so many delightful traps for proper orc dismemberment, and their upgrades can be a ton of fun.
I grew up on these books, but it's been years. It was surprisingly easy to sink back into the world once more
Simple graphics hide a deceptively deep story in this platform puzzler
It's time to take aim at some familiar shapes - but with some new twists in the gameplay
Some signs of new life in this yearly shooter are more than welcome
A new console and a new visual style - but the same great characters and stories