Tooth and Tail
Top Critic Average
I can easily recommend Tooth and Tail for anyone who enjoys the genre, even if you don't care for multiplayer. The story mode is robust and greatly enjoyable, but the multiplayer still has all the bells and whistles that veterans expect by now like replays and post-match graphs. I hope that a strong community forms around Tooth and Tail because it has rekindled my love of RTS games.
Its enjoyable not only in how the campaign is presented, but also with how exciting the competitive aspects of multiplayer are.
In short dont overlook this game as its labelled as an RTS, It is an RTS but the S stands for SPEED!
A beautifully snappy RTS that boasts a great single-player campaign and an endlessly entertaining multiplayer mode, Tooth and Tail is essential for tactical newbies and veterans alike.
It's rare for a game to sneak in under the radar and genuinely catch me off guard. Tooth and Tail is one of these infrequent pleasures that feel like discovering a diamond amongst the coal. This is a stellarly constructed and well-considered RTS that goes a long way towards showing how the genre can stand out, even without the aid of a keyboard and mouse. When also factoring in the approachability that the art style brings to the table and its shockingly deep well of unit types, it becomes obvious that this is the full package. So, lace up your boots and reach for the ammunition. It's high time to blow some drunken squirrels back to hell, where they belong. Fire away, soldier.
PSN Price (PlayStation 4): $19.99
With equally impressive and inventive strategy too.
Tooth and Tail is an elegantly simple RTS that's perfect for newcomers or anyone wanting to play on the couch.
Tooth and Tail is an exhilarating, minimal RTS set during an animal Civil War in the 1910s. With plenty of gallows humor and a 16-bit Don Bluth aesthetic, it breathes new life into a tired genre.
A wonderful indie tower defense with animals as soldiers. Engaging battles have but one rule – losers will be eaten.
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