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
Dungeon Defenders 2 seemed keen to drop on the MOBA bandwagon, but the ironically named Trendy Entertainment has decided it wants to jump off now. The studio announced today that it will be removing the previously-announced MOBA features, instead focusing squarely on what they say fans have requested: refinements to the tower defense aspect.
A great story of developers chasing their creative dreams rather than dollar signs...for once.
The legal maneuvering over who actually owns the movie rights to Dungeons & Dragons has gone to another level. Months after Hasbro filed a copyright and trademark infringement complaint against Sweetpea Entertainment, the defendant counterclaimed last week. Show More Summary
Originally released in 1997 by Electronic Arts (EA), Dungeon Keeper was a PC strategy game made by Bullfrog Productions under Peter Molyneux (Fable, Curiosity, Godus). Dungeon Keeper tasks players with building and defending their own evil lair while protecting it from “heroes” who seem bent on stealing treasure and killing all the nice monsters. Show More Summary
A lot of employees at Trendy Entertainment have had enough. They're fed up with the grueling work hours, disgusted by the gender inequality, and sick of the fear-mongering. And they're speaking up about it. An investigative report by...Show More Summary
Dungeon Defenders dev Trendy Entertainment seeks Gameplay and Technical Producers to participate in gameplay design, technical team management, and more....
The Man and the Machine is one of the playable characters in Dungeon Defenders 2. This ex-general rides a giant combat mech into battle and uses its vast arsenal to eliminate opposition.
Trendy Entertainment's Dungeon Defenders 2, which is split into a tower defense sequel and a MOBA, has begun releasing videos for the latter portion of its DNA. Every Wednesday, the studio will highlight a new character for the player-versus-player mode. Show More Summary
Trendy Entertainment has opted to focus on the multiplayer online battle arena component of Dungeon Defenders II in this latest gameplay demonstration. Yes, this probably isn't what you signed up for, but it makes sense from a promotional...Show More Summary
The Xbox Live Deal of the Week is dropping prices on lots of great games over the next two weeks. This week, games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dungeon Defenders, Prince of Persia Classic, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 and more are all 50 to 60 percent off. Show More Summary
Dungeon Defender 2’s MOBA is improved by a lack of gear, faster game times and a third-person camera