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Oftentimes a developer diary is trying to sell a specific feature or gameplay element to get people interested in the game. For most big budget games the diary is used to convince gamers that generic big budget game no. 3235 is actually not like any other generic big budget game but that it’s original, unique, yadda, yadda, yadda. It’s the complete opposite with Dungeon Defenders and the latest dev diary, which does nothing but cover all the fun options and possibilities present in the game.

I must be honest, when I first heard about Dungeon Defenders and seen the first developer diary I wasn’t entirely impressed. It seemed like a good concept attached to another generic indie game. However, with more dev diaries it became evident that Dungeon Defenders is anything but a standard generic indie game.

As you’ll see in the following video below, there are enough gameplay options, modes, sub-quests and looting possibilities present to keep gamers busy playing for countless hours. What’s more is that the game’s four-player co-op, PvP and challenge modes seem to offer something for everyone, no matter what your skill level is. Check it out below.

You have to admit that it’s hard to argue that Dungeon Defenders doesn’t look like fun. Trendy Entertainment seemed to go over and beyond to make a game that just focuses on replay, teamwork and good times. You can look for the game to become available this Wednesday. For more info feel free to visit the Official Website.