Summary: The first time I tried to play this the menus and UI where just to much for me. And there's no good tutorial. The second time I tried to play it with friends and this was another problem: when playing in split screen the menus and text becomes very small and the hud becomes to crowded. Still we all felt there was more to this game then meets the eye. And that was true. We kept playing and learning the hard way.
Summary: Simply put: A must-have gem stowed away deep inside the PSN-store. This game is incredible, especially as a couch co-op. I'm a few hours in and so far the game very enjoyable. It offers Orcs must Die! style gameplay for the PS3. The gameplay is fluent, there is a decent degree of customization and it is without a doubt very challenging. The learning curve and the awkward interface are the only true drawbacks to this game.
Summary: An obvious buy for fans of RPG and TD games. I was afraid of buying this game because I wasn't sure if the combination would work, but it is a fantastic game with easy controls and few technical problems.... I actually can't even think of a single technical problem I have run into. (i've played over 100 hours of this game). Like I wrote above, if you like RPG and TD games, buy this.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of Trendy Entertainment's criminally underrated Tower Defence/RPG mash-up, Dungeon Defenders. It is pretty good on iOS devices, but it truly shines on 360 (and PS3). Gorgeous Unreal Engine 3 powered graphics, absurdly addictive levelling, and some properly entertaining co-op hack'n slashing all add up to one of my favourite new IP's of the year.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of Trendy Entertainment's criminally underrated Tower Defence/RPG mash-up, Dungeon Defenders. It is pretty good on iOS devices, but it truly shines on PS3 (and 360). Gorgeous Unreal Engine 3 powered graphics, absurdly addictive levelling, and some properly entertaining co-op hack'n slashing all add up to one of my favourite new IP's of the year.
Summary: When my cousin and I discovered this game, it became a lost weekend as we could not help but play it for as many hours as our bodies would allow us to stay awake for. It is a compelling form of tower defense, that has both action and strategy, with a heavy bonus of loot hoarding as well. All the way up through the game's final boss (before DLC), we enjoyed leveling our weapons, armor, pets, ect.
Summary: Fantastic game! Easy to control, lots of variety to game play with the 4 characters. My only real complaint is if your soloing the game, 2 of the 4 characters are borderline unusable. A bit of a learning curve, but within an hour you shouldn't have any problem with it.
Summary: If you don't like grinding, and you're the "skill over gear" type, you better look somewhere else, because DD is all about grinding gear and money to upgrade it. Its basically a combination of tower defense and MMO. Its worth to note there are more "AFK shops" than actual game rooms with playing people, even though PvP exists, its virtually dead since there is no rewards for it whatsoever.
Summary: DD is probably one of the better PSN downloads I've bought in a while, I found it was more enjoyable playing with friends and the diablo-esque class building makes it pretty fun. It can be a tough game, especially modes like survival as it becomes a grind, it took me a few hours to get to some of the higher waves. The graphics aren't bad for cell shade, cartoony obviously. The story wasn't very serious but it wasn't bad, kind of felt like it was made for kids.
Summary: Downloaded the free demo first and after playing for a little I knew this would be my game. The price only 10euro's on PSN was a great sale. Now having great fun with it and can't stop playing. Gameplay is where this game rocks. Online with other players is great fun and a good challenge to play. Played more hours with this game than my other games combined. Graphics are good, sounds is good, gameplay is great. Try the demo first to see if this is your game too.