Summary: So I would like to say that I believe the majority of the hate from the release of this game is from the long time players of the PC version of Dungeon Defenders. The players that have spent hundreds of hours farming and leveling and practicing with these mechanics. I am one of these people.
Summary: I got this game from the Games With Gold offer for Xbox Live. I also have looked at the PC version of this game and I can confirm the two aren't really different at all. It is an amazing game to play with friends and for people who like Tower Defense/RPG-ish games.The game revolves around this...
Summary: This is a great game whether you play solo or with friends. The classes are all fun and go well together, so try to set up multiple kinds of defenses. They have released tons of new maps as well, which makes this even better.
Summary: I had so much fun playing this game with my friends. The game was well made, it was easy to play, and quite engaging / addicting. I quickly equipped my apprentice and squire and managed to beat most of the levels with my friend. Unfortunately, that's where we reached the limit before buying DLC...
Summary: I played this game on the Xbox 360, so I don't know how the game changes on the PC, but playing co-op is fantastic fun and it's a pretty cool game. Strong mixture between tower defense and RPG, definitely worth checking out. Read my full review here: [...]
Summary: Fun fast paced you can play solo or online with friends or other players. I enjoy playing it and it has an old school feel like doom about it only with cute charters in the game.who doesn't like a fast crazy time.
Summary: Fun game and will look forward to the second one. My only complaint for this company was the lack of support on the console side. If you are going to make a game you need to allocate resources to fix bugs and develop new dlc for console not just PC.
Dungeon Defenders Review by Dad's Gaming Addiction
Dad's Gaming Addiction, Amazon
23 December 2013
Summary: It’s not often that something comes along and completely blows me off my feet in the way of PC games. Dungeon Defenders did just that. It’s a combination of tower defense, shooter, and role-playing game. Allow me to explain for those of you who aren’t hip enough to know the lingo.