Summary: A lot has been said and written about games being art in the last decade. Some games can elicit different emotions. Sometimes they aim to be interactive drama. And sometimes they are meant as a metaphorical reflection on a state of being, or even questions about life itself.
Excerpt: The developer taking up the task of crafting an ambitious crossbreed this time around is Trendy Entertainment with their first game, Dungeon Defenders . It’s a multiplayer focussed union of tower defence and RPG.
Conclusion: Dungeon Defenders is an amazingly deep tower defense RPG that'll reward players patient enough to explore its incredible amount of content with one of the most satisfying co-op experiences of this generation.
Excerpt: Surprisingly, as first-person and over-the-shoulder shooters continue to populate the video game landscape, tower defense games have become somewhat commonplace. However, with Gears of War , Call of Duty and other big name franchises using a tweaked version of the formula in a more adult setting,...
Excerpt: Dungeon Defenders is a game that manages to blend two genres in a most interesting and effective way; not only is it a well-done and unique tower defense game, but it's also an action RPG in the same vein of Diablo and a stunning example of co-op play done right in both genres.
Conclusion: Overall, Dungeon Defenders is a varied experience blending some of the best elements of its core genres. If you remember Future Cop LAPD, the multiplayer versus mode in that is something I’d like to see translated to Dungeon Defenders. But otherwise, it’s very difficult to fault this game.