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Sanctum (PC)

Sanctum (PC)
alaScore 86

19 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 19 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay, but there are some less positive views about the graphics.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Sanctum (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 19 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

User Reviews  

Showing 1 - 10 of 13 Show Reviews: in English | in other languages (6)

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Review: Sanctum (PC)

 

This first-person tower defense title is a fun, frenzied experience that presents a novel take on a tired genre.

Excellent tower defense/FPS gameplay; arcade style friendly to both lengthy play sessions and short bursts; gorgeous presentation

Occasionally inconsistent difficulty; lack of narrative "rewards" to spur progress

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Sanctum

 

First person tower defense games are a rare breed, and?certainly?not a proven one. Ever since the lowly RTS genre birthed the tower defense genre, pretty much every developer out there tried to make a quick buck off the concept, and as a result, left...

If you enjoy tower defense games, download the trial and give Sanctum a shot immediately - just don't expect the full package to keep you going for a while.

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Sanctum Review

 

Tower defense games are finally starting to break out of their mold. We're now seeing interesting takes on the genre, where you control the attackers instead of the defenders, or even go one-on-one with a live opponent. But what could be the most...

When I look at Sanctum, I see an interesting art style and some fun action, but for the $15 price tag, there's a lot of untapped potential as well. It's not just in the lack of levels or overall content, but also in the types of enemies, the two-plane...

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Sanctum Review

 

Before the iPhone hit the market, tower defense games were few and far between. The first one I recall playing was PixelJunk Monsters, which featured the protagonist moving about the battlefield...

Innovates on the TD genre ; Pacing is perfect ; In-game encyclopedia is great

Graphics aren't terribly impressive ; Wonky controller support

Before the iPhone hit the market, tower defense games were few and far between. The first one I recall playing was PixelJunk Monsters, which featured the protagonist moving about the battlefield, tending to towers. Since then, the genre has been...

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Sanctum PC Review

 

Trends in gaming are frequently influenced by other areas of the media - it could be argued that the success of the original Medal of Honor and Call of Duty titles was partly down to being released shortly after Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers...

Interesting twist on the tower defence genre ; Strangely addictive ; New content on the horizon

Limited number of maps

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Sanctum

 

First Person... Tower Defence?

Sanctum is an accomplished hybrid of tower defence and first-person shooter. It's got its quirks but, really, what game hasn't? It's cheap enough, has loads of personality, and shows the kind of promise that suggests that a sequel (should we be so...

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Sanctum- PC

 

Consumer review by:

Sanctum- PC

 

Sanctum isn't a truly great game - it needs more content and a few more customisation options to earn that recognition in our eyes. Still, even as it is at the moment, it comes pretty close and provides a brilliant, if short-term, gaming fix.

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Sanctum- PC

 

If you enjoy tower defense games, download the trial and give Sanctum a shot immediately - just don't expect the full package to keep you going for a while.

Consumer review by:

Sanctum- PC

 

What's here is nice to look at, enjoyable, and often challenging. And when you take in the mess of limp corpses clogging your passageways, or snipe that last soaring menace just before it reaches its destination, you appreciate what Sanctum brings to...

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