Posts Tagged ‘Defenders of Ardania’

Wot I Think: Defenders of Ardania

By Alec Meer on March 21st, 2012.

Good enough? Only bearly.

Most Wanted Games’ Paradox-published Majesty 2 spin-off Defenders of Ardania marched into digitally-distributed battle last week. I’ve been cautiously poking its remixed tower defence setup with my Stick Of Judgment for the last couple of days, and I have spewed out the following words in reaction to it.
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Defenders Of Ardania Is Pretty Slick

By Jim Rossignol on August 19th, 2011.


A few weeks back I had a chance to play Paradox’s fantasy tower defence game (set in the Majesty world, for some reason) which is called Defenders Of Ardania. It was slick and solid! But also hard. The baddies totally thrashed me. I mean I was playing one of the later levels, but anyway. I suspect that it might be fairly popular when it arrives on the 27th of next month, due to the prettiness, and also the general commercial popularity of tower defence games.

Gamescom trailer below!
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Towering Majesty: Defenders of Ardania

By Jim Rossignol on March 8th, 2011.

The good old Barbecue Tower
Ah, the sweet smell of tower defence in the afternoon. Paradox’s Defenders of Ardania is a fancy-lookin’ take on the genre with one of those “you can also be the attacker” type spins on proceedings that bestrides both a single-player game and 4-player multimangaming. It’s set in the world of Majesty, with all its characteristic overwrought fantasy silliness, and is looking pretty slick. Take a look at the first trailer below.
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The Paradox Convention Preview Blowout

By Quintin Smith on January 24th, 2011.

CAPITAL LETTERS ARE AMPHETAMINES FOR THE SOUL

Last week I was in New York, eating pizza and inventing all-new comparative metaphors for how cold it was (“colder than Bobby Kotick’s eyes”, “colder than a Game Gear’s battery”, “colder than a handjob from an eel”). Why? Because last week was the yearly Paradox Convention, where journalists are invited to meet a whole bag of developers and look at all of Paradox’s upcoming releases.

In short, we’ve got even more to look forward to in 2011 than we thought. I’ll be going through these at top speed, so put on your protective goggles and we’ll take a look. Do I have to remind you of the boy who once read a succinct article of mine and lost an eye? No? Good.
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