Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault
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Content Rating: Teen
Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault is a frenetic and explosive new spin on action strategy gaming. Plan out and build up your defenses as hordes of hulking monstrosities bombard your heavily fortified city in an attempt to wipe you off the Earth for good! Command the last bastion of humanity as you fight for the survival of the species utilizing fantastic tech, cunning tactics and massive weapons in an all-out action strategy extravaganza!
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Despite suffering from low production values and lack of variety, Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault is a solid, if unexceptional, tower defense game. It may have nothing new to offer, but the combination of tried and tested mechanics with a dash of teen-soap drama turn its eleventh-hour attempt to organize humanity’s last line of defense into an adequate diversion.
Repetitive cutscenes, drawn out copy-and-paste mission debriefs, and painfully monotonous city upgrade and building sequences bog down an already grindy game. While there are plenty of weapons and upgrades to eventually kit out your cities, you have to wade through hours and hours of tedium for the privilege. It’s just not worth it.
Aegis of Earth: Protonovus Assault is a game that blends light city management and JRPG characters/plot with a rotational take on tower defence. Alone, each of these parts is not that great, but they work so successfully together that anyone with a minor interest in these types of games will likely enjoy the final product. Likeable characters, a simple but complex enough tower defence system, and a good coherency to the entire package make it a solid recommendation.