The name is really stupid, but it's an IGN release so the graphics are pretty slicki:
It's a sort of DotAii only better. Basically speaking, a tower defense game on steroids and also about as addictive as crack cocaine, or crack, or cocaine, or crack cocaine what was I saying ?
A, yes. Looky :
See that buzzling dunch of little iconlets ? They're hero faces, you can pick one of about a hundred or so I think. They all have their very own 4-skill set, there's items they can buy at the town shop to boost up, player styles they require vary considerablyiii and yea, did I mention it's addictive ?
You can play 1v1 all the way to 5v5, a typical game runs half hour to an hour or so, there's about 20 to 30 thousand players online at all times, there's a complete ladder system, new content about every couple of weeks and yea, it's paid to play. Which brings us to this link here. It's my referral link, if you use it we'll be made friends. I get some coins when you make level 2 and you get access to my ability to start games of varying sizes in which you can play the full hero set (otherwise you're stuck playing automatched games 'till you make level 5iv which are always 5v5 and you can only use 40 heros or something like that).
The download is something like 1.2 Gb, takes about half an hour on a decent connection. See you there.
- One of the best integrations of cinematic content in a game I've seen to date, too. It looks like a spiffed up youtube player. [↩]
- Defense of the Ancients, a WIII mod. [↩]
- But no, there's not 100 distinct player styles, mostly for the obvious reason that there can't be. [↩]
- Should be 50-100 or so games, depending on how good you are. [↩]