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Dungeon Defenders

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Dungeon Defenders is a multiplayer Tower Defence/Action RPG hybrid game developed by Trendy Entertainment.

Once upon a time, a battle with the forces of evil came to Etheria. Titans known as the Old Ones were defeated with their power being locked away inside Eternia Crystals. Bored apprentices decide to play with the Crystals and unleash the evil forces once again.

The game currently has 12 different classes to choose from. Each class has a unique playstyle. For example, the Adept is a good tower character while the Countess is a tank.

The players have to fight off the hordes of enemies. In order to do it, the players have to build up defenses which are different for each class. Players can also upgrade their equipment and get new weapons and armor. It is also possible to summon a personal pet which grants a buff to characters abilities and can repair the defenses.

Every game mode is playable in both multiplayer and singleplayer, yet some events are online-only.

Release date
Trendy Entertainment
Trendy Entertainment LLC
Trendy Entertainment, Reverb Communications Inc
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: 1 Ghz Dual-Core CPU
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 2GB
  • Video Card: Graphics Card with Shader Model 3 support, 256 MB video memory
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Sound: DirectSound-compatible sound device
  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2Ghz Dual-Core CPU
  • Memory: 2GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 2GB
  • Video Card: Graphics Card with Shader Model 3 support, 512 MB video memory
  • DirectX®: 9.0c
  • Sound: DirectSound-compatible sound device
  • Additional:
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Last Modified: Oct 21, 2019

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Dungeon Defenders reviews and comments

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TL; DR-Linux nay; Windows yay, but waiting for Steamsale; Well, originally I wanted to recommend the Game because the Concept is a lot of Fun and you like to play the same Level again and again to get stronger and improve your Equipment. I played around 10 Hours on the first two Days and decided to buy the DLCs to support a Studio that actively participates in bringing games to the Linux Platform. I bought a 4 pack at The Steamsale to invite my Friends to this Fun ... Then it struck me that the Linux Port Has some Building Sites, which neither Trendy nor the studio Icculus In charge of the Port wanted to take care of In the now 3 Years since Linux release. So the Linux Port is not only an older Version of the Game, but also has more Bugs. For example, the Game crashes as soon as someone with the Character > Series EV < joins almost every time. If you want To play with a Friend who uses a different Operating System than yourself, this is not possible. And then there's the Ultimate Gamebreaker-the Character Doesn't attract Manakristalle. Just don't. This sometimes makes Playing some Levels above the third Level of difficulty unnecessarily difficult, usually simply impossible. The Bottom Line was that it would have been more humane if Trendy had simply shown the Middle Finger to the Linux Community and said to switch TO Windows if she wants to play DD. This, however, is just a macabre joke that Inspires ignorants to use their Money to support a Studio that their Clientele, after Payment, does not care completely. While I can recommend the Game to Windows users, I also advise you to wait until the next Steamsale to make a Mark and not the Neighbors are the People's Support.
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Pros:-Beautiful comic look-The Soundtrack has literally burned itself into my Brain-Attention: Addiction factor is great-Diverse heroes divided into different Classes-DLCs offers huge additional Content-Beautiful, uncluttered HUD-Heroes are optical Adaptable-Numerous Modes-Online and local Multiplayer mode are both available-Price/Performance is perfectly justified-Giant selection of Items, Which additionally produces addiction-Items can be stored in the Tavern-You can use an online store Create what Players can buy the Items-Each Level has a different optical Design including Traps and individual Opponent types-In 4 Difficulty levels, there is something for everyone-Active Player-capture and that after 6 Years! -Statistics of the Towers and The Sun are always visible-Great Narrator with a lovely voice-There is absolutely nothing wrong with the balancing-Motivational Curve does not let up even after Hours-respectable Character design and Modelling-Full Gamepad Support-Multiple Level Design-Loosening Boss battles Cons: Frame Break-ins in too many Opponents are to be expected-Camera guidance is worthy of improvement-German Overheating is very questionable conclusion: Dungeon Defenders is the perfect Crossing From RPG elements with the tower defense Genre. The numerous and individual Items, in Conjunction with the many great Cards, provide hundreds of Hours of Fun, although the End Game is never neglected. In DD1, the Player expects various Challenges that need to be overcome without ever becoming repetitive, as each Map, in terms of hero and Tower selection, demands different Tactics. With a few Friends An absolute Walking Tip and for me the most accomplished Tower defense game with the greatest Fun Factor!
Finished on January 1, 2016 (Steam).


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