The PlayStation Plus scheme is great for anyone looking to boost their games collection as every few weeks Sony throws out some top titles for the grand sum of zero Pounds/Dollars/Euros/Venusian-space-dimes. The latest co-op experiences to get the 100% off treatment are Dungeon Defenders and The Sonic Collection; they come as part of a new wave of free games.
It’s somebody’s birthday! No, not just anyone’s, but a great co-op title we’ve come to love over this past year: Dungeon Defenders! Celebrating its franchise’s first year as a game, Trendy Entertainment and Reverb Publishing have released a new DLC for gamers to enjoy in the festivities. Over the next couple of weeks, gamers can purchase the “Dungeon Defenders Anniversary Pack” DLC for free online.
Dungeon Defenders is now available for Mac users. The tower defense/action RPG title can be purchased at the Mac store for $14.99. You'll be able to choose between different character classes, build up defenses against relentless enemy assaults, and score epic loot. There are a host of other features which you can see here.
There's absolutely oodles of DLC for Tower Defense/RPG hybrid hit, Dungeon Defenders. Happily for us, the generous folks at Trendy Entertainment even make some of it available to us for free! For the next couple of weeks, the Jester Hero DLC will be available for absolutely free on Steam for PC players.This DLC comes complete with the Jester class, "the Fool" costume for the Jester, a GameLand campaign mission, and 4 new weapons.
Recently, Trendy Entertainment has announced its cancellation of Dungeon Defenders for the PlayStation Vita. While we are slightly disappointed by this, Trendy does have other plans already in the works that involve cross-platform gaming.
The third part in the Dungeon Defenders ongoing series, "The Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards," is avaialble on Steam, XBLA, and PSN for $4 or 320 MSP. It actually became available earlier this month, this is just a helpful reminder. You can find all the details on the third pack, dubbed Aquanos, right here.
Dungeon Defenders, the super popular hack and slash/tower defense hybrid, has had a constant flow of DLC since its launch last fall. Much of the new content; accessories, costumes, and characters, is only available on the PC. However, the four part series, "The Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards," is available on both PC and consoles.
PAX East is coming, 6-8th April in Boston to be exact. Whilst some of the Co-Optimus crew will be going this year and even showing off their game, others will be forced to endure the snow that has just arrived in Britain. As well as better weather, another perk that visitors to PAX East will get is some free Penny Arcade DLC for the Steam version of Dungeon Defenders, the rest of us will have to pay $1.99 for the privilege.
Dungeon Defenders' next installment of DLC, entitled the Quest for the Lost Shards of Eternia Part II, has been in the works for a little while. While it was originally planned to come out on February for the PC, further testing and tweaking was required and thus bumped back the release slightly.
I don't know about you, but I can't get enough of Dungeon Defenders. Some nights I play a little on PC, then I switch over to my Xbox and play a little more. Then a little turns to a lot, and I end up playing till the wee hours of the morning. Sometimes I black out and wake up several days later wearing nothing but my favorite boxers (the white ones with red hearts). Perhaps I have a problem. Some say the best way to get through an addiction is to just let it run it's course (at least that's what doc says when I've got a cold). That means more Dungeon Defenders! Of course addicts always need support from their peers, so you're invited!
The folks at Trendy Entertainment are out to celebrate the heart shaped holiday with special content for Dungeon Defenders. A brand new challenge map called "Sky o Love" is now available as well as bonuses for pairing up boy and girl characters from the game. In addition the tavern now has a love is in the air theme and there's four new outfits for your characters - including pants for the Squire. For shame, I was told pants were optional.
Mixing an Action RPG and Tower Defense into one game has literally paid off for Trendy Entertainment as Dungeon Defenders has reached an amazing 1 million sales across Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam.
The PC version of Dungeon Defenders has been the superior version for numerous reason, the biggest being it's had a half dozen pieces of DLC already available. The other being the game has been available for some ridiculously cheap prices on Steam. While console gamers have gotten their own sale on the game, it hasn't been anywhere near as cheap. Sadly it looks like console gamers aren't going to ever get the DLC for the game too.
$15 bucks is a little steep, even for a great co-op game like Dungeon Defenders. Have you been waiting to take the plunge? Well all your hard work (sitting idly by and doing nothing) has paid off. Dungeon Defenders is 800 MSP ($10) on the XBLA. It's part of the LIVE Arcade's Deal of the Week, so you'll have until January 17th to make up your mind.
We'd like to say that we are somehow precognizant and plan certain things using that incredible knowledge, but sometimes fate just has a way of working out in our favor. Just in time for our latest co-op night, the fine folks at Trendy Entertainment, developers of tower-defending, action-RPGing co-op hit Dungeon Defenders, have released a new piece of DLC that hits Steam today. Titled "Quest for the Lost Eternia Shards," the latest in a string of PC DLC adds more than just a few new character skins and weapons. This time, new missions and challenges have been added as well in what is the first of four such add-ons that will take the young heroes out of the castle and into the lands of Etheria itself. Best of all, this DLC will soon be seeing an XBLA and PSN release as well. A trailer for the DLC and more can be found after the break.
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