First of all, let me apologize to everyone for the delay in getting this posted… I’ve been unable to put the game down long enough to write this. So, after I’ve just completed another Co-op mission, I’ve decided to get this out there for the masses.
For many, Battlefield 3 was one of the most anticipated video games and First Person Shooters of the year. Creating the game’s very own dedicated graphics engine to enable players to feel as if they are right in the middle of the fire fight, Battlefield 3 definitely does not disappoint. Continue Reading
You play as Skye, and you have to protect the core from strange alien creatures who don’t like your core-e ways. Starting off in the building phase, you prepare for the attack by placing various blocks and ‘towers’ to stop the aliens before they reach the core.
After the recent update allowing up to 4-player co-op, in Sanctum there is 5 maps, one that is exclusive to Endless mode and three which you have to unlock by simply playing the game. Difficulty ranges from “Easy” to “Insane” and the aforementioned ‘Endless mode’ does exactly what it says; you play until you die, rather than up to 25 waves in the regular mode. On top of that, you can also use “Turbo” mode which basically gives you everything from wave 1, which means the enemies are more difficult from the outset, too, as they get progressively more difficult in every game mode.
What makes Sanctum interesting is that it’s an FPS (First-Person Shooter) tower defense game. To build towers, you run around the map placing the blocks and then place the weapons inside/on them blocks, and then you can upgrade them up to level 6. To make things a little simpler, you can bring up a tactical map by pressing TAB which shows you where enemies spawn (where they are, if the wave has begun), where the core is, and you can also quick-travel to various televators you have placed on the map.
And, by the way, televators are a kind of tower you can build (or are already set if you’re playing on Mine), these work as teleporters as well as elevators (or ‘lifts’) for getting on top of your towers for a vantage point. Continue Reading