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Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger

 

 

SCORE: 72

Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger 

 

I had no idea what to expect from Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger. I knew it was a tower defense game with action elements. Beyond that I was really unclear what this game was like, and what it was about. The western theme in this downloadable Nintendo 3DS game helps it stand apart from other action tower defense games.

We have a quiet armadillo character who is in charge of defending these towns. The first town has these pig like creatures that we need to defend. Later we have to defend things like moving trains. Which towers need weapons, and where to roll your character become very strategic in Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger.

I did say roll our main character right? Anyone in Family Friendly Gaming Nation curious about that? We slide the stylus on the touch screen from the top to the bottom. Then we let go to have our main character roll across the Wild Wild West. This same action is used in mining, and fighting.

There are two main phases in Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger. We go around the game play area and set up the towers. We also can find items, and mine. When the end of the day is reached the bad guys (usually these ugly stone creatures) will start to attack.

When we make contact with an enemy during the attack we are brought into a battle screen. We use the same pull back, hold, and then let go to attack them. Everything in Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger happens real time. So when we are battling one group of enemies, all the other groups are moving towards their destination.

The better the player protects an area, the more rewards they are provided with at the end. Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger allows for multiple practices if you want to get good at it before doing it for real. Going upstairs in the tavern will end the day, and let you save your game.

All in all I found Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger to be a pleasurable experience. It takes a different approach to the tower defense genre, and we really spend more time doing the defending ourselves. Dillon's Rolling Western Last Ranger follows this old phrase: "the best defense is a really good offense."
- Paul

 

Graphics: 71%
Sound: 77%
Replay/Extras: 69%
Gameplay: 76%
Family Friendly Factor: 67%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
R
ating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+ {Fantasy Violence}
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