Dungeon Defenders Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Dungeon Defenders Reviews5
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|GamePro||4.5/5||Nov 08 '11|
|Neoseeker||7 / 10||Oct 25 '11|
|Games Radar||7/10||Oct 31 '11|
|Gamespy||4/5||Oct 27 '11|
|GameZone||9.5/10||Oct 26 '11|
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Dungeon Defenders Previews
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|Games Radar||Oct 12 '10|
|Games Radar||Sep 29 '11|
|IGN PC||Mar 04 '11|
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"This tower defense/action-RPG hybrid hits all the right buttons for a satisfying and fun co-op experience, with a surprising amount of depth beneath its cartoony exterior."
" The premise of Dungeon Defenders is an amusing one: young kids still within their respective apprenticeships of wizards or warriors are left alone to take care of their castle while the parents are away. What kind of parents leave children without adult supervision in a giant castle for extended periods of time? Apparently smart and stupid ones, because although the kids accidentally unleash an evil sleeping dormant in the castle basement, they are also incredibly capable at holding off entire armies of full-grown monsters... ..."
"From Dungeon Defenders’ description alone, it may sound like the developers at Trendy Entertainment may have bitten off more than they can chew. But from our experience playing the game, it looks to be combining the mix of gameplay styles together quite nicely. We had a chance to run through some of the early levels in our hands-on demo with the developers and get a small taste of this surprisingly deep downloadable experience... "
"Dungeon Defenders adds a new twist to tower defense with a mishmash of RPG, action, and tower defense gameplay elements making for a worthwhile investment from the Xbox Live Marketplace. There is plenty of content to keep players busy – whether it be working their way through the campaign and tackling challenges. It’s not with its setbacks, though, with the less-than-exciting combat system and loot that feels more like a chore than a reward system... "
"Dungeon Defenders is my new addiction, and it needs to be yours too"