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Zotrix: Solar Division

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Available on:PCApr 20, 2016
Nintendo SwitchApr 12, 2018

Publisher: Ocean Media

The battle against Zotrix aliens is getting closer to your door step. Every space station in the network is in danger, and Solar Division command needs your help to set up proper strategy for the defense. This, primarily a strategy game, blends game mechanics between tower defense and real-time strategy with hybrid elements such as patrolling ships and navigation towers. You are trusted this important task before the whole network is taken to the edge of the unknown. - 45 action-packed missions - Six different challenge modes (CLASSIC, ALL TOWERS ON, REVERSAL, LIMITED TOWERS, MAX CREDITS, ENDLESS) - Rankings for Classic mode - 15 towers - 32 types of aliens with full encyclopaedia

Zotrix: Solar Division Reviews

Zotrix: Solar Division looks basic, even archaic, compared to recent offerings, but there's something oddly compelling about watching the events unfold - especially if you get the balance of difficulty, speed and resource management tuned to your liking.

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Zotrix: Solar Division does a nice job of keeping things fresh and interesting, by offering up several different gameplay options as well as different conditions for winning.

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Zotrix: Solar Division is a tower defense game that is not going to win any awards for its looks, but if you, well, look past that, you will find a fun and challenging entry in a genre that has become a favorite of mine. There are 45 missions to complete, and rankings for your performance in Classic mode, so that you can see how good you really are, so there's more than enough content for its $14.99 asking price.

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Overall Zotrix: Solar Division is a decent, though somewhat uninspiring tower defense game that is probably better suited to newcomers of the genre. While it doesn’t do anything particularly wrong, it’s very vanilla overall and its controls aren’t as friendly as they could be. If you’re really starved for tower defense on the Switch it’s just about all there is for the moment though so until something better comes along it may be able to help hold you over since what it does offer is a load of missions (and play variations) to work through, which is worth being happy about.

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