Defense Grid 2 is the sequel to Defense Grid : The Awakening, a tower- defense that had been well-received by journalists and players alike. Released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC at the end of September, we are now able - thanks to Xbox which provided us with a digital copy of the game - to introduce you to the game in its Xbox One version. The game is pretty cool and particularly accessible even if you are completely new to the genre. The game's longevity is also very good, which is good news considering how short games can be these days. With its much appreciated co-op mode, its great replayability and the incentive to reach the highest score it maintains, there are several good reasons to give this independent game a try.
@GriftGFX: He don't like first person view because he likes to see his waifu and husbando's butt cheeks :P (35 minutes ago)
The biggest difference to me is how your character POV changes. I don't mind third person games it just changes engagements a lot when people can see around corners and over high cover etc. (3 Hours ago)
person multiplayer - I just prefer to see the character I am playing with. (4 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: I very rarely play 1st person SP games. The only ones I played are FarCry 1/2/3, Doom 3, Halo 1/2/3/4/5. RE7 put me off because of 1st person but I will play it eventually. I dont play 1st (4 Hours ago)
Third person cameras can be a bit annoying in multiplayer shooters since it allows you to move the camera beyond your line of sight. (10 Hours ago)
@alimokrane: Why do you only play third person multiplayer games? Do you only play third person SP games? (10 Hours ago)