One of the more underrated gems from seventh-gen gaming was Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders. Trendy is back at it with the sequel to Dungeon Defenders and they'll have a playable version available as soon as next month.
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Dungeon Defenders 2 won't be a challenge to the likes of Dota 2 and League Of Legends 2 after all. Developer Trendy Entertainment has decided to cut the MOBA-style, player-versus-player mode originally planned for the sequel.
Trendy Entertainment has revealed that they're working on Dungeon Defenders 2, the sequel to their 2011 tower defense/action RPG hybrid. Testing for the game is already underway.
In addition to being 75% off to celebrate its one year anniversary, Dungeon Defenders has been on the receiving end of a new content update that includes free DLC for the next weeks.
Trendy Entertainment has been doing a mighty fine job of keeping Dungeon Defenders a replayable masterpiece. It's one of those rare games that has a strong sense of nostalgia about it, despite the somewhat questionable amounts of DLC. Nevertheless, Trendy's 7.40 update for Dungeon Defenders makes a number of fixes as well as adds a free DLC character class called the Jester.
PS Vita owners won't get the opportunity to play Dungeon Defenders on their handheld after all. Trendy Entertainment has confirmed that they've scrapped plans for a Vita version of the action RPG/tower defense hybrid.
Trendy Entertainment sent out word today that The Summoner, a new hero class in Dungeon Defenders, has joined the playable ranks of heroes currently in the game. The Summoner is a completely different class from every other hero on the game, because he's like his very own RTS game.
Trendy Entertainment and Reverb Publishing announced today that the third part of The Quest For The Lost Eternia Shards for Dungeon Defenders has gone live for PC Gamers. Also, PSN and XBLA gamers will be able to download Part II of the Eternia Shards DLC starting today.
Do you have mad-dungeon defending skills? Have you taken those skills to the next level and opted to start making your very own dungeons to defend? Well, Trendy Entertainment wants to reward creative map makers by buying their map for $1,000 in a brand new Dungeon Defenders map making contest.
In light of the upcoming Penny Arcade Expo, Trendy Entertainment is celebrating the expo by including four brand new skins to their best selling digital title, Dungeon Defenders.
Trendy Entertainment announced that Dungeon Defenders is currently available for Mac, and with that the game's second part to the Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards has also become available for PC and Mac.
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Tower defense/action RPG hybrid Dungeon Defenders's first few months on the PC and consoles were a huge success. Reverb Communications revealed that the game has sold over one million copies on Xbox Live, PSN, and Steam.
Trendy Entertainment has kind of turned Dungeon Defenders into microtransaction monster. The good part, though, is that all the additional DLC is fairly cheap and they release new updates and content for the game every couple of weeks, including the new Barbarian class and Assault maps.