The rodent revolution sure is a fascinating one. Granted I couldn't really follow the politics, but I knew I was rooting for the good ones. I was too busy being enamored with each new ally and enemy soldier I discovered. The art direction of Tooth and Tail is as earnest as it is detailed.
I don't normally take time to stop and smell the pixels during a real-time strategy battle, but I don't normally get to play a real-time strategy with the comfort of a controller either. Once I stopped asking how and why Tooth and Tail works as well as it looks I also noticed that winning was pretty fun, too. It's a rag tag revolutionary experience whose pieces shouldn't work together, but because they do you know which side is going to win. Thanks getting me caught up, Tooth and Tail.