CastleStorm: Definitive Edition for PlayStation 4

CastleStorm: Definitive Edition

Sep 23, 2014
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About this game

Developer: Zen Studios
Content Rating: Teen


Enjoy a unique take on medival warfare in Zen Studios’ light-hearted action-strategy game. As rival fortresses attack your own, you’ll use a ballista to fling an assortment of weapons at enemy towers and spear approaching enemies, while sending your own troops and unleashing powerful spells. Battling opposing units up-close as an individual hero nicely balances the ranged combat, and CastleStorm’s goofy characters and richly detailed graphics keep it an enchanting experience throughout.

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Paulmichael ContrerasOct 01, 2014
At its core, the Definitive Edition is the same game. There’s the same light-hearted campaign, replete with jokes and setups aplenty. You still play as Sir Gareth, the Defender of the Realm, warding off the Vikings, whom you’ve had peace with for years thanks to a pair of magical gems that each kingdom has possessed. With the knights’ gem stolen, it is up to you to save the day. Two additional content packs, originally released as add-on DLC, is included here.
Nathan MichalikOct 01, 2014
The campaign and multiplayer alone make CastleStorm: Definitive Edition a worthwhile experience, with enough customisation to add depth without being too complicated. It’s a unique title, with enough small improvements that players who passed on the original version may want to consider taking another look – but without cross buy, it may be a difficult game to sell to anyone other than the most devoted of tower defense fans.
Dominic LeightonSep 26, 2014
Castlestorm: Definitive Edition is exactly that – a remastered edition of an enjoyable game. Bar some issues with the controls the game offers an enjoyable mix of tower defense, RTS and action all wrapped up in a fun exterior. There’s probably little here to convince owners of the original game to double-dip, but for newcomers there’s a huge amount of content which should keep you coming back for some time.

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