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Video by Matt S.

Lock’s Quest is an often-forgotten, but rather lovely example of the tower defence genre. From its origins on the Nintendo DS, it has had a HD re-release on all the modern consoles, and for people who discover it, it’s something of a hidden delight!

In this video I look at some of the qualities that make it one of the better examples of the genre, despite being a title that almost everyone overlooks.

Thanks as always for tuning into my videos!

– Matt S. 
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