Game Informer's Matthew Kato scored the GameCube version 9.25 out of 10, calling it "a blueprint on how to make a very good movie-based game." IGN's Douglass C. Perry scored it 8 out of 10. Comparing the game to the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions, he wrote "the textures are much more clean, the rough edges are all smoothed out, and the particle lighting effects are even slightly more radiant than before." GameSpy's David Hodgson scored it 3 out of 5. He was critical of the length, and that it did not improve on the PlayStation 2 version; "think that the extra two months you waited for the GameCube version of the game allowed E.A. to fix the sometimes-problematic archery aiming, increase the framerate from 30, add extra polygons to the characters and foes, and tweak the water reflections so they actually look realistic? Then you're smoking more pipe-weed than the whole of Hobbiton. There are literally no differences between this, the Xbox, and the PlayStation 2 offerings."
Back to the Egg! features RPG elements and lets you see how you stack up against other players with leaderboards. In this game, your objective is to protect a dragon egg by building towers and destroying portals so you can attack the enemy. Best of all: If you're new to TD games, Back to the Egg! is fairly easy, making it the perfect intro to a world you'll soon love.
This extension of the classic game Kingdom brings a colorful new area to life as you travel to the New Lands, earn new mounts, meet new merchandise, and stave off the vagrants that lay in wait. Everything around you is trying to take you out, including the creatures in the way of your success and the environment yourself. Use the help of mysterious statues, items, and NPC to defend yourself and carve out a path of your own in this pixeltastic twist on the classic defense game. 2b1af7f3a8