Xbox Live Gold subscribers can download Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution and Xbox Live Arcade title Dungeon Defenders for free this month. The latest two titles for Microsoft's Games with Gold service were announced over the weekend. Show More Summary
Major Nelson reveals free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Sid Meier's Civilization: Revolution and Dungeon Defenders will be free to Xbox Live Gold subscribers during March, Major Nelson has confirmed.Click here to read the full article
Xbox spokesperson Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb has revealed the next two games to join the slate of free titles offered to Xbox Live Gold members: console strategy hit Civilization Revolution and co-op action-RPG Dungeon Defenders. Civilization...
Well, we're certainly at the point where we know exactly what to expect from Microsoft's monthly Games with Gold promotion. If you're new to the process, it typically features two games that are generally considered to be good, but a bit too old. Show More Summary
Great strategy and co-op games are free this month for Xbox Live Gold members.
Civilization Revolution and Dungeon Defenders are the March offerings from the Xbox 360 Games with Gold program. Xbox 360 owners will be able to snag these games free from March 1-15 and 16-31 respectively. Read more...
We've got the first wave of screens for Dungeon Defenders 2, the free-to-play sequel to the popular tower defense game. We got a little time with it recently and think it's shaping up to be a worthy successor. Check it out with us on an episode of...
"We designed a game built around typical mobile play patterns". The developer of the recently-released mobile version of PC classic Dungeon Keeper has defended the game's use of in-app purchases. Click here to read the full article
EA's new free-to-play version of Dungeon Keeper is now available worldwide to download on iPad, iPhone and Android devices, the publisher has announced. The game lets players build and maintain an underground lair and defend it from invaders by summoning hordes of imps, trolls and bile demons. Show More Summary
Get a nice fly-through of Dungeon Defenders 2's Forgotten Ruins map.
Dungeon Defenders developer Trendy Entertainment and its new indie subsidiary Nom Nom Games announced a new cross-platform, RPG-like shooter called Monster Madness Online today. The free-to-play game places combatants in the shoes of...Show More Summary
Nom Nom Games, the indie offshoot of Dungeon Defenders studio Trendy Entertainment, has announced its first project: Monster Madness Online. The free-to-play action RPG shooter is slated for release in May 2014 across PC, Mac, Android, Linux, and iOS platforms, but Nom Nom notes that it's designed for cross-platform play.
It's not every day that you get to hear about a brand-new MMO and get to try it out at the same time, but here you go: Nom Nom Games and Trendy Entertainment (Dungeon Defenders) announced the birth of Monster Madness Online and encouraged...Show More Summary
Band together to take back the land of Etheria in this co-op battle sequel.
Trendy Entertainment's initiative to raise money for charity through community involvement is already showing nice results.
An in-depth, first look at a pre-alpha build of Dungeon Defenders 2 on Windows at New York Comic-Con 2013
Dungeon Defenders 2 is now strictly a tower defense game. The sequel was revealed earlier this year as two games in one, featuring a tower defense component and multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game. Developer Trendy Entertainment...Show More Summary
Dungeon Defenders 2 developer Trendy has ditched its planned Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) competitive multiplayer. Studio director Dave Loyd, who joined the team a few months ago, announced the news in a forum post. "I had some tough decisions to make," he said. Show More Summary
There was backlash when Trendy Entertainment announced Dungeon Defenders II. While the game was always going to retain its tower-defense foundation, the studio was planning to add a competitive, MOBA-style mode. That didn't sit well, ultimately becoming a point of obsession for some fans. Show More Summary
Dungeon Defenders 2 won't be a challenge to the likes of Dota 2 and League Of Legends 2 after all. Developer Trendy Entertainment has decided to cut the MOBA-style, player-versus-player mode originally planned for the sequel.Click To Continue Reading