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DG2: Defense Grid 2





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DG2: Defense Grid 2





Defense Grid 2, DG2, is the highly-anticipated sequel to Hidden Path Entertainment’s 2008 Defense Grid: The Awakening. Setting the bar as the definitive tower defense game, Defense Grid 2 introduces new worlds and threats to test your tower placement strategies.

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Defense Grid 2 ist die nächste Evolutionsstufe der Tower-Defense-Spiele. Bei Defense Grid 2 mit seinen neuen Inhalten müssen Spieler Ihre Tower-Strategie neu überdenken, um erfolgreich zu sein. Defense Grid 2 bietet dynamische Inhalte und ein sich ständig veränderndes Spielerlebnis. Es gibt zahllose Wege, einen Level zu beenden - deine Lösung ist also wirklich einzigartig. Mit der Hinzunahme von kooperativen und konkurrenzbetonten Multiplayer-Modi bietet Defense Grid ein ganz neues Spielerlebnis. Der Mix aus Strategie und Rätsel verspricht Spaß und Spannung ohne Ende.

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505 Games
Hidden Path Entertainment/Ensemble Studios
Indie, Strategy, Mac
505 Games
Dienstag, 23. September 2014
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Digital PC Download
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  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.0, Windows 8.1
  • Processor: Dual core CPU 2.0Ghz or faster
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 10 video card with shader 4 support and Passmark Video Benchmark of 160 or above such as the following: ATI Radeon HD3650 or better (HD3650-HD8000, RX200-RX300+) (Radeon - - HD 4200 and HD 4250 not included) NVIDIA GeForce 8600 or newer (8800, 9600-9800, or 100-700+) (GeForce 8600M not included) Intel HD Graphics 2500 or higher
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space

  • Additional Notes: DG2 requires a multi-core processor and at least 3 GB of RAM on your computer to run. DG2 relies on a DirectX 10.0 or later graphics engine which means it runs on Windows Vista, Win7, Win8, and Win8.1. DG2 will not run on Windows XP. DG2 requires a video graphics card or chipset that supports DirectX10, video cards made with current technology after November 2006 (up to 7 years old). Compatible graphics cards include any AMD Radeon graphics card with the "HD" or "RX" designation (HD2000-HD8000, RX200-RX300+), any NVIDIA card after and including the 8000 series (8000, 9000, 100, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, and 700+ series), and any Intel graphics chipsets released on the GMA X3100 (2007) architecture and later (GL960, GM965, B43, Q43+, G41, G43, G45, GL40, GS40, GM43, GS45, Core i3 integrated graphics or later, Intel "HD Graphics" or later).


  • OS: OSX Lion (10.7.5) or higher
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor (2GHz or better)
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Radeon 2400/GeForce 8600/Intel HD 3000 256MB+
  • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
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More of the same


It's very much like Defense Grid 1, so it's still one of the best tower defense games out there. The co-op is still enjoyable though not quite as co-operative as I'd like (say, with something like Pixeljunk Monsters). There's no real carry-over from level to level as with something like Gemcraft so it's a bit shallow if you're looking for any RPG elements. Still, recommended for tower defense fans.

Great game BUT...


Taken on its own merits, Defense Grid 2 would stand out as an amazing Tower Defense game. Unfortunately, it's hard to not compare it to the original Defense Grid. DG1 stands out in my eyes as the gold standard of Tower Defense games. And in all honesty, between the Xbox 360 version and the Steam version I have somewhere around 1,000 hours of gameplay on it. Defense Grid 2 is so much more of the same but for some reason it seems not as good as the original. But for those who are fans of the original it's still highly recommended. Just be aware some changes you may not love, but it's still very much worth buying and playing. For those who haven't played the original, it is very much a better game (though I can't quite pinpoint why I feel that way)...but both games are definitely deserving to be in your gaming library, DG2 is a great game...it's just that DG1 was so amazing that it was going to be near impossible to top it with the sequel.

A Divisive Sequel


People complain when sequels don't change, but in all honesty they complain just as much when they do. That's precisely what Defense Grid 2 does: while it's still clearly part of the same universe, it feels very different from its predecessor. Whether or not these changes are good or bad is completely up to you. Because of that, be aware that enjoying the first game does not at all guarantee you will enjoy this one, nor vice versa. For the reasons detailed above, my review of this game is inevitably going to be biased, so keep that in mind as well. Many of the changes in the way the game technically works are fairly subtle, but overall the game as a whole feels like it's trying to go in two directions at once. Evident from the impressive and diverse voice cast, great care has been put into the game's story. At the same time, however, the gameplay itself is much more focused on high scores than anything else. Additionally, every level is unlocked from the start, and it is possible to complete a mission without earning any medals at all. These factors combine to give Defense Grid 2 the bizarre texture of an arcade game with rich storytelling.

Good game


Its Defense Grid, so if you liked it before then you'll like it now. The towers look different and there is some new mechanics to spice things up, but its the same thing: a solid and professionally made tower defense game.

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