Perry Jackson and Jon Cole join me this week for a fairly light show. We kick off discussing a bunch of new game announcements from this past week and then talk a little about what we've been playing, which unfortunately isn't too much.
Apologies for the spotty audio this week, not sure what happened there. Shall try and get it sorted for next time.
Please subscribe, comment, review the podcast on iTunes and tell your friends! We appreciate it! Check us out on twitter (@XBLAFans) where you can win codes for games, give us feedback or just ask a question.[podcast]http://xblafans.com/xblafancast/XBLAFancastEp33.mp3[/podcast]
You probably haven't heard how much we loved Orcs Must Die!, right? It's not like we gave it a stellar review, wrote up a massive guide, and ran tons …
We've seen a lot this Wednesday with titles like Orcs Must Die! and NBA Jam: On Fire Edition but what's coming next week? Fear not, as Major …
Orcs Must Die! was developed by Robot Entertainment, Inc and published by Microsoft Studios. It was released October 5, 2011 for 1200 MSP. A copy of the game was provided for review purposes.
Orcs Must Die! is an action tower defense game created by Robot Entertainment, an independent game development studio formed by veterans of Ensemble Studios, the creators of Halo Wars and the Age of Empires franchise. You play as a young War Mage who is promoted following a workplace accident by the previous defender and left within the orc homeland to defend 24 fortresses. These fortresses were built by The Order to protect magical rifts or portals that connect the worlds. Utilizing an arsenal of weapons, traps and spells you must stop the enraged mob of orcs and other villainous monsters from reaching these rifts and crossing over to your world.
To celebrate the release of Orcs Must Die! on October 5, Robot Entertainment have released a new launch trailer set to the tune of "Hall of the Mountain King" by Apocalyptica. But …