It's another week of new iOS games, and to be honest, I have yet to catch my breath after last week! Between obsessively playing Leap of Fate and the new iPhone version of The Quest HD, I can't really imagine having much free time to now be playing a new Space Marshals game, a new
Trendy Entertainment (Dungeon Defenders II) design director Daniel Haddad takes a look at how developers manage to cause community uproar, and how to meet player expectations in your game....
The lawsuit between Dungeon Defenders studio Trendy Entertainment and Ark: Survival Evolved developer Studio Wildcard appears to have been settled. Ark: Survival Evolved studio settles Trendy Entertainment lawsuit According to Gamasutra, court documents for the settlement were filed this week, but the terms are not disclosed. The lawsuit was filed late last year with more […]
The lawsuit between Studio Wildcard, developer of Ark: Survival Evolved for PC and Xox One, and Dungeon Defender creator Trendy Entertainment came to a close this week. Kotaku reports the two parties reached a $40 million settlementShow More Summary
Dungeon Defenders studio Trendy Entertainment has filed a lawsuit against Studio Wildcard claiming its former creative director Jeremy Stieglitz blatantly ignored a non-compete clause by ‘secretly’ joining the Ark: Survival Evolved developer. In a report posted on Kotaku, Trendy claims when Stieglitz left the company in 2014 he signed a clause stating he would not […]
Game studio Trendy Entertainment (Dungeon Defenders II) laid off a significant number of staff on Friday. “We have made the full resources of our organization available for our departing friends and colleagues to help ease them swiftly through this difficult period of transition,” a spokesperson told Kotaku. Read more...
Hi, everybody! (Hi, Dr. Nick!) I'm Josh, community manager for Dungeon Defenders II, and in case you missed it, an early version of our action-packed co-op tower defense game launched on September 29th. Since then, the response has been incredible! Player feedback has been invaluable these past few months. Show More Summary
It hasn't quite exited the confines of Early Access just yet, but Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders 2 is currently free-to-play Steam. The game is fully playable and fully featured and you can jump in on the action without having to pay a dime.Click To Continue Reading
Today we’re fortunate to host the good folks behind Dungeon Defenders II as they tell us about their fusion of action RPG and tower defense!
Dungeon Defenders 2 will eventually release as a free-to-play title, but from next week PS4 owners can pay to play it early. Dungeon Defenders 2 was announced for PS4 late last year, at the same time that it became available on Steam Early Access. Next week’s release will not be the full and final version, […]
Dungeon Defenders 2 will be free when it launches as a full game on PlayStation 4, but fans who want to play it as soon as possible, pre-alpha bugs and all, can pay for the privilege starting next week. The pre-alpha version of Dungeon...Show More Summary
Trendy Entertainment won't be waiting until Dungeon Defenders 2 is finished to bring it to PlayStation 4. Today they announced that a pre-alpha build of the game will be released on PS4 on September 29thClick To Continue Reading
"Pre-alpha access will be immediately available to anyone who purchases a currency bundle on PlayStation Store on 29 September."
Dungeon Defenders 2 launches on PlayStation 4 next week as a pre-alpha game. The action tower defence role-playing game has been in Early Access on PC since December 2015, and launches on PS4 on 29th September. The PS4 version features controller support, as you'd expect, and two-player local co-op. Read more…
Hey everyone! I'm Philip, and I have some very exciting news: Dungeon Defenders II will be available for PS4 on September 29th in Pre-Alpha!
Question: As game master, do you ask your players to come over and play “Dungeons and Dragons,” or do you say, let’s play “Airship Defenders of the Forgotten Realms”? In other words, does presenting a specific campaign arc, with stated...Show More Summary
Dungeon Defenders 2 will be coming out as a free to play title later this year.
Trendy Entertainment has already bestowed Dungeon Defenders II upon its most invested fans. In fact, they've had it for more than a month now. "Invested" is the only way to describe those people -- both financially and mentally -- as...Show More Summary
The road was long, but Dungeon Defenders 2's future looks bright.
It started out as a MOBA, but the developers of Dungeon Defenders 2 listened to the fans and brought the series back to its roots.